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Make sure you read this quickly. I’m not sure how long it’ll stay up before the CIA, Illuminati and those Lizard Men that David Icke dribbles about will find this and shut it down.
The information I have to share with you is so sensitive, I dare not put it on the front page of my website. So check who’s standing behind you, run your spyware filter and prepare to clear your cache.
A bit of life experience enriches your copy no end. Unfortunately, if you’re straight out of university your life experience probably extends to 2-4-1 drinks offers, home remedies for Fresher’s Flu (whisky mixed with honey cough medicine, if you’re asking) and which local pubs offer a free sandwich on pub quiz night.
Hi there. You don’t know me too well, but maybe you should. I’m your audience. I’m the guy who subscribes to your blog via RSS, retweets your posts and leaves you the odd comment. But let me tell you a secret. I’m doing those things more out of habit at the moment. Why? Because your […]
All the buzz surrounding Google today is concerning the fact that they’re attempting to play hard ball with the Chinese government, and the havoc caused by the imminence of the caffeine update. What only a few souls have noticed is that Google are attempting to force American spellings onto an unsuspecting British populace.
I know I’ve taken time here to mock people like PETA, the Daily Mail and really bad PR companies, but their crimes against marketing and writing pale in comparison to something I saw this morning. A piece of copy so confusing, so overwrought and so terrible, that professionals don’t even know what it means. Ladies […]
The most tragic thing about the Sea Kittens campaign is that Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall showed campaigners how to make people think about where their food comes from with his anti-battery chicken crusade. Wouldn’t farmed salmon swimming in their own shit have made a more effective image than this?
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