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.
- RT @agoldmanlinked: If you missed it, my agency alma mater's very own @riksta: "The Art of Creativity is Not a Science" on @LinkedIn https:… 3 hours ago
- LinkedIn asked me to write a post about creative effectiveness. You can read it here: bit.ly/1KxhKvs 1 day ago
- @CraigElimeliah - thanks fella. I've been digging your medium posts recently too: bit.ly/1F8h5ZI 1 day ago
- @KathViner congrats. Landmark day for best newspaper in the world. Talented people rock. Great 2 see brilliant northern women recongised 2 months ago
- |LIVE NOW| - #meerkat mrk.tv/1BWNXHV 2 months ago
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- New personal DNA test can reveal your secret Australian historyThe opportunity you never knew you wanted has arrived on the shores of Australia. It is now possible to spit in a tube, send it off to the U.S. and find out you have 2% Native American in your blood. Ancestry.com has launched its DNA testing product in Australia on May 28 and for just A$149, you can work out whether you have a brother from a different mother […]
- Restaurant customer expresses gratitude by leaving a $2,000 tipWhile it is considered good form to tip well, tipping $2,000 is something else entirely. The staff at Blue 44, a restaurant in Washington, D.C., had their faith in humanity revived when one of their regulars decided to tip $2,000 for a $93 bill See also: Internet delivers justice to man who left snarky joke instead of a tip The generous patron and his dining […]
- This model is in an Instagram relationship with her smiling poop emoji pillow, 'Mr. Fecal'If you had a choice between which emoji you'd like to snuggle the most, you KNOW what the answer would be: the smiling poop emoji, naturally Well, one lucky lady is getting to do just that. About two months ago, model and actress Nargis Fakhri (who will appear in Paul Feig's upcoming Spy) received a very special gift: a pillow in the shape of the a […]
- New personal DNA test can reveal your secret Australian history
- Lenovo's projector phone beams a touchscreen onto any surfaceSmartphones with built-in projectors -- well, just the two from Samsung, really -- haven't exactly been a huge hit so far, but Lenovo thinks it's finally got the right use case for this combination: beaming a touchscreen or virtual keyboard onto your...
- This telescope is really just 10 Canon lenses strapped togetherHunting for extremely dim galaxies is especially difficult with single-lens telescopes. That's because, no matter how technologically advanced, the device's design cannot fully eliminate detail-obscuring scattered light from the resulting images. The...
- 'Nano-paper' chips end up in compost heaps, not landfillsToday's cast-off gadgets are far more likely to end up in a landfill than they are being responsibly disposed of. In fact, 41.8 million tons of e-waste were scrapped last year alone. To combat this, a team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has...
- Lenovo's projector phone beams a touchscreen onto any surface