Yesterday marked the anniversary of 1,000 days since Red or Blue was started with just a macbook and some great support, advice and people. Lots of great people that all helped to get us to where we are today.
The Queen vs Kate Middleton – Why Google can’t make up it’s mind
The release of Google Zeitgeist 2012 comes with some uncertainty – and a lot of questions.
I think we’re all in agreement – 2012 was a massive year for the British royal family, with the Queen’s jubilee and the world’s never-ending obsession with the Duchess of Cambridge. But do we know who’s won the award for most popular royal? In a nutshell, no.
A campfire and a tent and a flashlight and some matches and a tree and that river and my glasses and a spaceship and a really really big bear but the bear is really really far away
Today marks the end of Digital Shoreditch, a wonderful event that showcases the latests ideas and trends around the world of Digital in our backyard. One of my highlights was a session today by Lastfm’s Matt Hawn on music tags and how they help musicians. The key to his talk was the appreciation of the difference between tags and genres.
Red or Blue?
The Matrix is not something to base your SEO strategy on but it does illustrate the red pill, blue pill choice illustrates what most brands feel brilliantly.
If we were writing the SEO Matrix script it would go something like: