Firstly my apologies for being crap. I’ve not updated this blog nearly enough recently. Too busy. But I promise to do better.
It’s a handy tool that gives you a quick demographic snapshot of your audience’s facebook usage. Next time somebody asks could facebook work for my brand – point them in the direction of this tool.
The tool is courtesy of the unofficial facebook blog, AllFacebook.
Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
- Relieved. After good few years of terrible service, late lense deliveries and broken promises finally dumped @VisionExpress for online alt. 5 days ago
- Great event tonight at #ipa44club - thx everyone who came - excellent turnout. 1 week ago
- @RussellMarsh @cjlovell @dimitrisgsta @marcusmichaels oh - is everyone copying your technique Russell. 1 month ago
- @victoria_trow I have one of the best art directors in the biz looking for a shit hot digi copy girl. Msg me if interested. 2 months ago
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- 7 Landmark Tech Laws Passed in 2013While 2013 will be remembered as the year of the NSA leaks, privacy was already a hot topic for lawmakers around the country before Edward Snowden exposed top-secret surveillance programs. U.S. states like Montana, Maine and Texas have all passed laws extending constitutional protections for various types of data. Most did it before Snowden's revelation […]
- Lack of Sleep: What It Does to Your BrainBehind the controls of the Metro-North train that derailed in New York earlier this week was a tired driver, according to new reports that engineer William Rockefeller fell asleep at the wheel. Could lack of sleep cause such a fatal mistake? Biologically speaking, experts said, yes. Sleep deprivation affects the brain in multiple ways that can impair judgmen […]
- 50 Inspiring Videos That Warmed Your Heart in 2013As 2013 comes to a close, it's unfathomable to think about how much we shared online, specifically the moments that made ourselves and others feel good. We sifted through the archives to find all of the tear-jerking, heartwarming, spirit-rising videos, and narrowed it down to 50 — yes, narrowed it down. This was a big year for the feels, and it was actu […]
- 7 Landmark Tech Laws Passed in 2013
- 23andMe stops selling DNA health tests following FDA crackdownIf you've been mulling over getting screened by 23andMe for genetic risks like cancer, we're afraid you'll have to look elsewhere. The company has just announced that it's suspending sales of its health-related personalized DNA kits to comply with ...
- Apple Stores now using iBeacon tracking for app-enhanced personal shoppingWhile shopping online often means your whims are creepily tracked, at least there's respite in brick-and-mortar retail, right? Actually, following tests at a New York outlet, Apple has just rolled out iBeacon technology that can shadow your every ...
- Nikon takes first blood against Polaroid's knock-off J1Remember when Nikon noticed that Polaroid's iM1836 looked a little too much like the J1 and lawyered-up? The case has arrived at the Southern District Court of New York, where a judge probably took 30 seconds to nod their head and say "Yeah, that's ...
- 23andMe stops selling DNA health tests following FDA crackdown
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