The real estate business isn’t in great shape at the moment. The market is suffering and the renting / buying […]
I’ve started trying to read a bit more about the financial world and am really struck by the names given […]
Big week for me and Montreal and food. After my fishtank sushi affair, I was treated to another piece of […]
I went to India over New Year for a friend’s wedding ‘festival’ (I think that’s the most accurate adjective to […]
As part of London’s 2012 Cultural Olympian project, ‘Artists Taking the Lead’ around 40 bus shelters throughout London will have the normally […]
This is one of my favourite stories of all time. I suppose I should be a little more specific; this […]
This month we’ve been making time between workshops to do a lot of talking with a lot of Doers. Liv has had breakfast with Veteran Labour Politician Tony Benn, Lunch with Do Lectures Co-Founder Dave Hieatt, and dinner with Welsh Farmer and GM protestor Gerald Miles. Mark has been in San Francisco with method and in Vegas with Zappos founder Tony Hsieh, while Adam has been to China and back and has still managed to find time for an evening with Tom Ford...
A new way to think about choosing our media
Russell Davies talks about the evolving relationship between the digital and the physical world.
What existing media can we borrow to find a new canvas for our message?
Dan Germain from innocent tells us what he thinks about new media.
Naresh Ramchandani from online environmental charity Green Thing tells us why cheap media requires costly effort.
This first month we will be exploring both the power and pitfalls of the digital communication media currently labelled as ‘New’. But we will also be pushing beyond this digital definition to see how Challengers continually identify and utilize new and surprising media in the real world to communicate their message and engage with their audiences in genuinely new and unexpected ways.
I was having breakfast with a friend, Judy, a couple of weeks ago. She told me that she was very […]
In Montreal for the week, and by some fantastic coincidence, my sister was too. We trundled off to a Japanese […]