My GDPR + AI post last week talking about how soon bots may take over watching ads for us was very popular. GDPR is the movement, AI is the enabler.
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Vodafone has declared Britain the “most digitally advanced” country in Europe according to an article in the Telegraph. Vittorio Colao, chief executive, said Britain’s “digital citizens” are much [...]
While many companies are still coming to grips with how they need to change their approach as a result of the rise and rise of social networks, one industry is well placed to capitalise on it [...]
I have just been sent this really insightful report on “social shopping” from UK based agency Immediate Future. Summary: Consumers want incentives for review and recommendation. [...]
Both Lucy Kellaway (whom I have never met but would like to) and Jonathan Salem Baskin (with whom I shared an enjoyable dinner in London a few months ago) have written excellent pieces on the use [...]
I’m still trying to understand the source of these figures, but thought it worth a quick post as this simple rankings table turned up in my Twitter stream this morning via @dorando. [...]
It must be a slow news week, because a recent Daily Mail article by Jason Lewis titled How ‘BT Sarah’ spies on your Facebook account: secret new software allows BT and other firms to [...]
Foursquare seems to be in the news a lot recently, and is starting to exhibit a similar hype curve to that of Twitter. Update 15 March 2010: with one tweet from @mrskutcher (aka Demi Moore) the [...]
I’ve worked with some pretty exciting companies and teams over the years, and I’m delighted to be helping Visible Technologies expand internationally. Today they have announced a new [...]
I have just had the good fortune to be sent a brilliant white paper from Acision and OgilvyOne, developed as part of their ongoing collaboration in the mobile advertising space. You can download [...]