Over the last few weeks it's been a bit busy over at number 33. A couple of trips to the US, some nice big juicy campaigns that have come out after a lot of work, and we're in heavy duty planning mode for 2009. And then a bit of time off unexpectedly this week, which wasn't so nice. But as there's been so much stuff I would've written about on this blog but haven't had a chance, no better time to pick things back up again than now.
- Last week the great Andy West joined Hotwire - more on my new colleague here in the PR Week write-up. Nice to have you here Andy.
- Two very cool projects I've been working on have come to fruition - the relaunch of FT.com and the unveiling of O2 Litmus and the O2 Digital News Centre
- Stuff I've seen and liked include a very intriguing stunt pulled in New York where a flash mob of activists gave out 1.2 million fake copies of the NY Times, Coke does a tongue-pearcing piccy collection (via Justin), and some familiar thoughts about the media attention crash, observed by a Bite blogger from a Steve Rubel presentation
- I went to Paul Walsh's event with Sarah Lacy last week. She told stories about how obnoxious Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook was, who her favourite Silicon Valley rich kids are, and stuff like that.
That's it for now.