Imagine you could return to the UK in 1994. What advice would benefit a visitor to this strange country?
In 1981 a long-playing record cost nearly £5.00. That’s about £20 in today’s money. Why does this matter? Bear with me. I’m imagining how I’d describe the world in 2017 to my teenage self. Back then buying music was simple. Save up every month for one record. Listen at leisure. Start thinking about the next purchase… Continue reading Easy listening: How Spotify killed my vinyl collection
After recovering from injury, I'm back in long-distance training for a couple of marathons this year. At the same time, I'm stepping up my writing, helping to tell great stories across all our digital channels, including social media. Writing and running? More in common than you might think.
At the start of the year I purged my Twitter diet of scheduling tools, curating apps and any form of automation. The goal was to consume, share and engage with other users using only my home stream. So how did this experiment in Clean Tweeting go?
Normally experienced at the start of the drafting process, writers' block typically involves staring at a blank Word document, mucking around with a headline, and trying a couple of introductions before abandoning the article in favour of something less taxing. Which is where your smartphone comes in.