So this is the view pretty much backwards from the one I showed you yesterday. Those three square windows to the left of the ornate bit are ours (the windows are actually not square, they’re much longer, but you can’t see that at this angle).
If anyone needs a floral-print mobile phone, I’m happy to nip downstairs and get our retail neighbours talking to each other.
Also note that Oxford St is not really that quiet, I just seem to have got a lucky spot between the traffic!
Another morning walk audioblog which starts with a domestic chore and ends up positing a hypothesis on the influence of Podshow on creativity in podcasting.
tags: podshow & creativity & audioblog
If you want to incorporate the use of mobile technology in your marketing strategy, particularly the use of SMS then you should make time for Helen Keegan‘s forthcoming one-day workshop on 18th May in London, W1.
Helen knows more about mobile marketing and customer experience in this field than anyone I know, she makes it real and tells a good story – this won’t necessarily be everyone’s bag, but if it is your’s, go for it.
[Disclosure: Helen’s been a good friend of mine since the early 1980’s when we hung out theatrically, darling, in the splendid city of Worcester – of course she was very very wee at the time and I was not much less wee myself. Although our relationship went on hiatus during the 1990’s, we have recently been trying to find common ground to work together and I think we’re just about to crack something. Helen *will* be an interviewee on a Perfect Path Podcast. She *will* also read the Cluetrain manifesto, or maybe listen to the audio book, as read by the authors, or maybe just keep listening to me quote bits at her witheringly.]
tags: sms & mobile marketing