It’s hardly surprising I annoy some people. I annoy myself. But new depths were plunged today by some shiny faced, arse-witted creep called Tim Walker who published a nasty little piece in the Telegraph today implying that I don’t write or compose my own tweets. As you will probably know, I don’t…
“Twitter does its best work in the first five minutes after a disaster, and its worst in the twelve hours after that.” - @rolldiggity
There is a quiet that descends in a newsroom when a big story breaks.
Forget the Hollywood clichés of cigar-chewing editors shouting…
What I have discovered about twitter is that (approx) 90% of people have good intentions, they try to help by RTing things en masse, But as you have rightly pointed out, a lot of the time it is false information. However, when I saw photos being RT’d of maimed and dead victims, with people think they were doing ‘good’ by getting the severity of the attacks out there, people, including Rihanna (and/or her PR team) should certainly have taken 5 minutes to think about things before pressing ‘send’.
1. There is no “i” in team, but there is one in “chic”. Dress the part, because it matters.
2. People remember how they are treated. Be kind to everyone- you never know where they will eventually end up.
3. Being accessible makes you indispensable.
4. Communication is your job, silence is…
A fine example of how less can mean so, so much more…
"Start spreading the news…..!"
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