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What's going on in the UK PR blog land place then... Andrew Smith at Object Marketing has a new blog here. This is this old one, so big improvement if you ask me.
Linkbunnies, which I think is written in part by London PR man Justin Hayward, has a story on the current eBay row (there's always an ebay row about something). Linkbunnies is just the best.
And Spin Bunny is spitting again. Today it's about "Abandon Brown". Whatever happened to the law suit Spin Bunny? Did they back down?
Posted on June 14, 2005 | Permalink
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Sorry - much as it would be nice to continue the illusion, I can't take credit for the Justin at LinkBunnies work.
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