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Lost. A show with an ending that certainly divided people (I know I spoke about it at length on The Thumbcast site and podcasts) and then it was revealed that there would be an extra 12-minute coda to the series in ...

So, as part of a plan to lighten things up around here, I asked for submissions for fictional PR problems (inspired by my Star Trek social media and PR post) and got some really good replies (at least if no-one ...

… Except for viewers in Scotland. That old phrase used to strike terror into people watching the TV in seventies and eighties (normally on BBC 1) as you would get a description of a great live football game, ...

Perhaps I’ve been watching too much Burn Notice and reading too many books about PR black ops but consider this… in those 90,000 documents that have been released, what if there’s deliberately ...

A lot of my American friends see the story as undemocratic, but I think the Wikileaks publishing of 90,000 documents about the war in Afghanistan (background here, TL;DR version of documents here) shows a few ...

The row over the Apple iPhone 4 reception signal goes on (with many not convinced about Apple’s response); there were grumblings over iPhone 4 availability, some moaned about pricing, there’s the ongoing ...

Interesting article on Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg over on Scobleizer (is that even grammatically correct?) and it posts a decent question: is the problem with Facebook not the privacy and so on but the fact that ...

As previously mentioned, I was part of a CIPR discussion for students at Stirling University on aspects of PR, networking and social media Рit was great fun. All of the speakers were well on form as were the ...

Here we are in 2010 and, as the #StuartMacLennan stuff has shown, some people still don’t get the basics of social media or being online, so for those in Scotland and the rest of the UK, here’s a very ...