November 2010

Social media policy

by Lee Hopkins on November 30, 2010 · 3 comments

in strategy

Navigate the minefield of employee-to-outside world and employee-to-employee online conversations

Dell Swarm now live

by Lee Hopkins on November 30, 2010

in clippings,marketing

the online, social networking-driven buying site run by Dell is now live

Modern art

by Lee Hopkins on November 29, 2010

in clippings,humour

A witty little graphic seen over on the Yumi Goto Daily

simple yet powerful ‘plan of attack’ for conquering the CFOs

So, I interviewed David over skype in part one, and we talked about all manner of stuff, including the growth of mobile technology and how HTML5 and CSS will work with even the simplest of mobile phones (as long as it has some sort of display). In this interview we continue our look at ‘Project […]

Dell Inspiron Duo–I’ve played with one!

by Lee Hopkins on November 19, 2010

in clippings,tools

ended up falling head over heels in love with something completely different

Dell to launch a swarm on social media

by Lee Hopkins on November 18, 2010 · 1 comment

in clippings,marketing

Dell Swarm is a cool way of buying ‘stuff’ online through Dell’s online portal

So sit back, throw around some Norwegian pine scatter cushions and relax as David attempts to make sense of the dizzying world of a futurist technologist

BP has clever new iPhone app

by Lee Hopkins on November 16, 2010 · 1 comment

in clippings,tools

search for service stations that have particular services, such as ATMs, or carwashes

A huge need to supply requested information to the social media team as soon as possible