Month: October 2009

A real world exercise in online PR: can Hello Digital say “mea culpa”?

I am currently following the online debate about real world accessibility at the Hello Digital conference, initiated by Alison Smith.  In summary: an otherwise excellent conference failed to provide a sign language interpreter as promised and a profoundly deaf attendee

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Your circumstances dictate your perceptions

I went to the Hello Digital Conference at Millennium Point on Wednesday of this week, and I had an excellent time.  Sion Simon the minister for Creative Industries was there, as well as David Rowan the editor of the UK

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It is so much easier to be rude online…

Another key differentiator between online and offline marketing is that in the real world people find it much harder to be rude to people face to face.  Unless you are really angry or incredibily self confident, most people do not

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