Richard Curtis: Keep Trying

Really interesting article in i paper tonight, from Richard Curtis, talking about some of the things he’s tried for Comic/Sport Relief, which haven’t necessarily worked, but the value in trying: Fundraising in schools has always been absolutely key to our success – and, one year, we came up with the cracking idea of writing a little […]

Bit of a #fail by the Co-Op Bank

I was interested in this offer from the Co-Op bank, but what with being on holiday/not feeling amazingly well, I kept forgetting, so I went onto the website today (14th January 2011!), and as you can see from the screenshot above, the offer of a year’s free fees is still available (I pay fees with […]

The iPhone, the iPhone, My Kingdom for an iPhone

What’s this, you say? I thought you owned an iPhone, spent far too much time on it, and used it as a tool to draw together many parts of your life in one small, neat packet! ‘Tis True I still own said iPhone, but when one tries to turn it on, one receives an image […]

Twitter: Frozen in Time

“Many user’s timelines haven’t updated in nearly an hour, and on my account, all of my followers and people I’m following are missing. Yikes! Somewhat ironically, Twitter search still appears to be working in near real-time, so you can see other users complaining about their timelines not updating.” Read more: from @mashable, and see the huge number […]

Tagged

“Tagged.com is a premier social-networking destination with 70+ million registered users and over 2.5 billion page-views per month. Tagged helps people keep in touch with their friends and make new ones. We provide a fun media experience featuring expressive custom profiles, fluid widget embedding, integrated video, chat, and much more.” http://www.tagged.com/drbexl My Experience: Mostly get […]