Been to Betfair and one of Accenture’s project teams recently, and following sensible advice from colleagues, while I can’t reflect what they said, I can repeat what I said, or observed.
Monthly Archives: May 2005
My copy of the Cluetrain Manifesto arrived last Friday, I’m about half way through. I bought a copy because when considering whether to start a blog last summer, Danese Cooper, recommended it as the best source to understand how and why Sun (and other employers) need us to do this, and why we should. I’ve not finished yet but some of the basics are spot on as far as I’m concerned, and often written in a direct & funny fashion. Best finish it before I say more.
Robin Wilton wrote in his blog about the fact that an elector’s polling number is written on the ballot paper’s counter-foil. He argues that this means that a polling number’s and hence voter’s vote can be determined.
The first anniversary of stopping smoking. Hooray for me.
I went to see the Hitch Hiker’s Guide and reviewed it on my sun/oracle blog. I wasn’t impressed.
There are lots of web gadgets around trying to help me make my mind up how to vote. The FT have a good one, although it seems a bit biased towards the liberal democrats and doesn’t work so well with mozilla. Despite its bias, its not quite as bad as a historic Private Eye headline “Voting Labour gives you aids!”, or the Harry Enfield spoof “L is for Labour, L is for Lice”, or anything party political by the Daily Mail.