August 2005

The lost art of writing on paper

by Lee Hopkins on August 31, 2005 · 3 comments

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Me ol’ china Doug has ‘penned’ a fantastic missive on the lost art of ink and paper combat.

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I’ve just uploaded my latest newsletter. It’s free, so why not avail yourself of a fine read now? You can always print it off and read it later…

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We are all ‘communicators’

by Lee Hopkins on August 29, 2005 · 0 comments

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The ever-wonderful Kathy Sierra has written about how ‘marketing’ is getting such a bad rap. Kathy, we are all ‘communicators’.

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A day early, but I’m sure you don’t mind In this issue of Better Communication Results the podcast I talk about brand identity and the importance of a visual vocabulary. Download the show directly right now, or else subscribe to my webfeed and have each and every sparkling edition delivered automatically to your podcatching software […]

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What You Can Publish Via RSS

by Lee Hopkins on August 28, 2005 · 0 comments

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With a tip of the Akubra to Shel Holtz, Rok Hrastnik has written a pretty good article on the different uses that RSS technology can be put to.

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Firefox: Why have just one home page?

by Lee Hopkins on August 26, 2005 · 0 comments

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Courtesy of Alexandra Samuel, it seems you can set Firefox to default open to several sites at once.

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Your new hires will eat you for lunch

by Lee Hopkins on August 25, 2005 · 5 comments

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Allan has it nailed — the new-hires in this New Comms age are going to be VERY savvy about social media. And you will look old and stupid and lazy and slow for not…

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NotebookLand has great customer service

by Lee Hopkins on August 24, 2005 · 2 comments

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Having read the various posts about Dell across the blogosphere – both positive and negative – I am not sure I would dismiss a small manufacturer (such as NotebookLand’s supplier) just because they are not a ‘name’ brand. For me it comes down to price and level of customer service — and if the service is great, I am more likely to build a positive relationship with them and become a repeat buyer.

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I just can see the lawyers biting their fingernails down to their knuckles at the reminder that unofficial, unsanctioned, un risk-assessed statements might escape into the great unwashed public domain.

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what is your website saying (about you)?

by Lee Hopkins on August 24, 2005 · 0 comments

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Normally guests come to my main website for articles on nonverbal communication, but this month…

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