No hoverboards in San Francisco?

I love a journalist who genuinely has a way with words. Who’s actually a good writer. Who might have an agenda and doesn’t pretend he or she doesn’t. Who touches on things that make you nod in recognition as well as laugh your head off. In sum, a journalist who…

A (one-off) future for print

What an interesting experiment. This morning, a four-page printed newspaper called The Manual was distributed to London commuters at a number of locations in the city. Just 150 copies were printed with each one numbered so making the complete print run truly a limited edition. The man behind The Manual…

The opportunity again for PR

The twin crafts of PR and journalism have an uneasy alliance, it seems to me. Both need each other yet it’s too often an uncomfortable relationship with the pot calling the kettle black too much of the time. Back in April 2006, I wrote an opinion piece on what I…

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