Statistics aren’t always boring…

Microsoft have recently been putting videos online to bring attention to the internet marketing research done by their Microsoft Digital Advertising Solutions (MDAS) team. There’s three installments of these videos. One shows a man trying to advertise a toaster in a fine art gallery and another shows someone encouraging partying at a funeral. The message? […]

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The bubble’s back and it’s not bursting. Probably.

A complete list of 2007’s web/tech acquisitions has been published and it makes for encouraging reading for those of us that are working in that field. The good news is that people are definitely still spending big bucks on buying up brilliant ideas. Two of the more well-known names in the list, Last.FM and Feedburner, […]

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Chamber of Commerce – What about creative?

The Cardiff Chamber of Commerce has recently seen some tough times, and is currently looking to restart after the liquidators were called in. There are calls for the new chamber to focus on international trade, but I don’t hear anybody talking about a focus upon the rapidly growing creative sector. There is a massive opportunity […]

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Music Links

Here’s a whole host of music links and info that I’ve copied over from my old blog. I haven’t had chance to check that all the links still work, but hopefully they do. Drop me a line if you find any dead links. – – – – –The Independent Music Supplement On the 3rd February […]

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Neil’s guide to sending out great demos

In the year or two since I wrote this guide a lot of things have changed, most notably the ability of everyone to send and receive high quality MP3s via email. And obviously everyone has their music on Myspace. In light of that I’ll get round to updating this guide soon, but in the meantime […]

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