January 2009

Lee Hopkins: spontaneous, rapid, decisive

by Lee Hopkins on January 16, 2009 · 2 comments

in reviews,tools

The Impulse Factor could well be the book that propels you from mediocrity to stardom in 2009. Seriously!

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links for 2009-01-15

by Lee Hopkins on January 16, 2009 · 0 comments

in clippings

Is it possible to be logged into multiple GMAIL accounts in one browser? – Mahalo Answers YES is the fabulous answer — courtesy of a Firefox extension called Gmail Manager (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1320). Mega thanks to @JasonCalacanis (tags: tips email browser hints lifehacks firefox gmail plugins extensions calacanis)

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– and I absolutely guarantee that you could NOT make a better investment in 2009, no matter who you are!

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Now, back to the ‘$0.10 per word’ writing project for me… [sigh]

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It’s a pity that our Australian politicians are too afraid to spend on broadband infrastructure, despite their claims to the contrary.

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Esso and Tchibo and the Nazi PR disaster

by Lee Hopkins on January 15, 2009 · 4 comments

in ethics,marketing,pr

The firms caused a stir by using the phrase Jedem das Seine, a version of “to each his own,” which also hung above the entrance to Buchenwald

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links for 2009-01-14

by Lee Hopkins on January 15, 2009 · 0 comments

in clippings

7 ways to integrate Twitter with your WordPress blog – Crane Factory Nice collection from Paul in Queensland about integrating the mighty Twitter into your blog, particularly if you have a self-hosted WordPress blog rather than a freebie over at WordPress.com. (tags: twitter blog WordPress widgets)

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and both contribute a tremendous amount of in-depth thought leadership to the business communication industry

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Sort-of ‘Keynote’ for Windows

by Lee Hopkins on January 9, 2009 · 1 comment

in clippings,miscellaneous,tools

Amit Agarwal reckons there’s a sort-of ‘Keynote’ in the pipeline for we Windows lovers.

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In over five years of use this kit has won me more new business (and more compliments on my proposals) than any other template proposal and contract system I’ve tried.

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