I always shit myself when I see infographics like this (h/t @James_Mayes). But in a good way. I think shitting yourself in a good way is definitely the correct response to the rise and rise of mobile search…mobile everything, in fact. Definitely way past time to take notice. Now is the time to embrace. Thanks good people of Fresh Egg for reminding us.
She’s called the LG84LM960V and she’s billed as “The World’s First 84inch Ultra HD TV”.
I’ve never owned one but this vibrant, vivacious creature and I had a fleeting affair in John Lewis (Oxford Street branch) and I think I’m in love. She’s so svelte, you can’t really see her until she’s facing you in her full frontal majesty.
She’s like one of those Bangkok showgirls: beautiful but obscene…and compatible with the internet.
Look how slender she is!
For anyone who’s actually interested in the spec, here’s what she’s packing:
Built in Freeview HD tuner
Internet enabled, Smart TV, dual coreprocessor and Wifi built in
I recently had a chat with the guys at the Gorkana media and PR website about my mutual respect for journalism and PR and why the social web must be the battleground in a crisis. Here, I re-print the interview, which was first published at GorkanaPR.com.
How is 2012 looking for MRM, what are you guys working on?
We’re concentrating on three things for most of the next 12 months – growing, growing and growing. To bungle a simile, we’ve been like a Cadbury’s Cream Egg (stay with me) – small but full of quality…and, erm, surprisingly tasty. But we’ve made some important hires and operational changes in the last year meaning the team has grown to 15. So there’s enough yolk to…well, you know what I mean. Continue reading →
Here, I offer a simple tip to make testimonials on your website more authentic and up-to-date using Twitter.
It’s a trick that can work for large international companies, small businesses and everything in between. If you like – or dislike – this idea please tell me why in the comments section below…and please share the film using the Twitter and Facebook buttons.
The last time we spoke, I’d just bungled some altitude training in Kathmandu and my running had actually got worse as a result. The truth is, it has never really recovered. I peaked probably late June/early July when I was running 10ks way faster than I am now and knocking them out for fun. Continue reading →