Fascinating insight about the future of advertising, mobile and social media from one of my favourite thought leaders – Sir Martin Sorrell
Young and Poor was an idea driven by a new graduate’s personal need to find cheap things to do in London and the gumption to get up and make it happen. 9 months later and over 50,000 visitors the blog has shaped in to an extremely useful resource. You don’t have to be young or poor to benefit from cheap treats in London. Definitely one to subscribe to and store in your bookmarks.
Paul Haggis is a great screenwriter….now. In his interview with The Dialogue, Haggis talks about being a bad writer for many years. It often takes years of being a rubbish writer before you become a great writer. Being great is often only achieved following a series of failure and mediocrity. The pursuit for perfection before action is a sure way to never get anything done…a life of procrastination, unfulfilled potential, fear and inertia.
This weekend I was transported to a faraway land of digital perfection and held captive within the digital world of the computer itself. No, I wasn’t having a marathon session on ‘crackbook’. I was in a darkened room watching Tron Legacy in 3D on the big screen with surround sound at Empire, Leicester Square.