Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Five key insights from LeWeb London 2012

Although I was quite disappointed with my overall customer experience at LeWeb London last week, I did nevertheless take away some interesting insights from the event that are certainly worth sharing. Is Google+ making progress? Despite its big entrance onto the social scene a year ago today, what progress has Google+ made in the intervening […]

LeWeb London: two days of style, ego and elitism

Last week I attended LeWeb London, the technology and start-up event from Loic and Geraldine Le Meur. Although LeWeb traditionally takes place in Paris in December, this year LeWeb came to London (in part at the bequest of the UK Government). I was looking forward to attending LeWeb London, not only because I wanted to […]

Yet another digital marketing podcast…

A Golden Age of podcasting It was interesting to read Christopher S Penn’s post on podcasting this week. In it, Chris talks about figures indicating that (in the US, at least) the popularity in podcasts has increased dramatically over the last four years, with 28.6 million more Americans listening to them now compared to 2008. It’s […]


This week Her Majesty the Queen celebrates her Diamond Jubilee. For sixty years she has reigned as the sovereign of Great Britain and the Commonwealth with grace, dignity and professionalism. Regardless of one’s opinion about the monarchy, it can’t be denied that the Queen has served her duty with a level of commitment that can […]