The most a propos trend you’ve never heard of

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ON THE 14 — I like hearing about these things. It may even be a wind-up, but it makes me happy. Have you ever heard of steampunk? It’s a club, dance movement. Apparently. The music is goth in the US, but in the UK it’s a … Read More

For a kinder, gentler capitalism

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AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE — Where’s all the new regulation that we were promised? Where is the whole system turned on its head? Rather boringly we have moved back into silly stories and away from people being galvanised for change. I know we can’t all be … Read More

A blog for Michael

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ON THE BUS — I spent part of the morning yesterday with my friend Michael Croton and a group of other worthies, talking about the state of the world and our place in it. Michael and I are in the same business and he ran a … Read More

Change communications: What is…

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  LONDON — There is an old saying: “if a tree falls in the forest, and no one hears it, does it make a noise?” It’s a cliché. Not least for a Canadian like me. It conjures up images of lumberjacks and all. But in this … Read More

Whose future are we securing?

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  HEATHROW — There’s a story in the paper today about the Egyptian queen Nefertiti who we can now tell has had an ancient form of facelift. And when you look at that down the years 3,400 years gone, it seems incredibly silly and facile. So … Read More

Government spending and communications

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  HOME — One of the problems with recessions like the one we are in is that government spending takes place of regular commercial advertisements on TV. Don’t get me wrong, we have reason to love government work. And we hope to do more of it. … Read More

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