The cordon was lifted last night so we are back in the office. Some pix below of the scene in Shepherd’s Bush last Thursday afternoon.
Monthly Archives: July 2005
When I stepped out of the front door yesterday, I couldn’t have foreseen how the day would unfold. Up until 1.20pm yesterday afternoon, it was a typical business day. I was just about to pop out to get myself a sandwich, when I was confronted with a sight we haven’t seen before in our office… Read more »
Apologies if anyone has tried to contact the Object Marketing office since yesterday afternoon at 1.20pm. As you are probably aware, there was a major incident at Shepherd’s Bush tube station (Hammersmith and City line) yesterday. As the Object Marketing office is within 30 feet of the tube station, we were swiftly evacuated by the… Read more »
An interesting comment was made to me last week by the section editor of a leading UK IT weekly. He was bemoaning the fact that their own readership survey showed that readers rarely looked at features. At the very least, they weren’t read when the magazine came out, but might be kept and consulted at… Read more »
FYI – Press review software for Zone Alarm Security Suite 6.0, Zone Alarm Pro 6.0 and Zone Alarm with Anti-Virus 6.0 will be available later this week. Any journalists who would like a free, long term evaluation copy of any or all of these products, please call or e-mail me. We will hopefully have the… Read more »
Last Wednesday night saw the first gathering of the Autonomous PR Collective at the Clachan Pub in Kingly Street, SoHo, London – myself and a some other like-minded PRs decided to throw our own press party – as we said in our invitation, with the aim of “the furtherance of a redistribution of privately held… Read more »
This time last week I was returning from Greece, having spent an excellent few days on the island of Hydra, 2 hours on a boat from Athens. I was there for the wedding of an old Brodeur colleague of mine, Ted Lelekas. You couldn’t really hope for a better setting. A few pix below showing… Read more »