August 2010: We’re back! Having enjoyed the trip to the Edinburgh Festival last year, we thought we’d give it another try. And what a difference a year makes in terms of planning the shows. So what’s different?
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Here’s a great example of a company using the information you give it to customise its products to suit you better. I wanted to share this link with you primarily because I love the product, the company website and am impressed with how they are using information from their customers to personalise their product and [...]
Just posted a reply to Sathnam Sanghera’s Times Online article about twitter not being right for business: http://tinyurl.com/yjcr3qs He seems to have totally ignored the small business sector when writing this article! Strange, as they contribute a significant amount to the country’s economy. Stats dated May 2008 from the Federation of Small Businesses indicate how [...]
In our quest for finding something to watch at the Edinburgh Festival (see the post ‘Looking for laughs in Auld Reekie’) I collected the following flyers. Well, you can’t quell information gathering instincts if you’re a natural information gatherer! I’ve reproduced them here to see what you think about which show you would have chosen [...]
Princes’ Street, Edinburgh, Saturday 15th August 2009. We’re surrounded by a throng of people – all ages, nationalities, some dressed up in random outfits or carrying outlandish props, others clutching their Starbucks coffee observing the jugglers and street performers entertaining people all along the street. We’re first timers at the Edinburgh Festival, and have done [...]