SUMMER'S GRIP: 7 LINKS

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This past week, a listener on Simon Mayo's Radio 2 programme asked the question where the term "Indian Summer" originated. Although the crack research staff at The Organic Agency couldn't get a clear answer to the question, one thing we do know is that we'll take the warm weather. The more we can avoid the cold rains of a South West winter, the better. Extending the Good Times. Some may see it as a positive,…

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Moments of Significance: 7 Links for a Friday.

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People mark time in different ways. In the past week, we have seen the anniversary of that tragic day in New York City. Next Thursday may forever be known as Scottish Independence Day. Or maybe it will be remembered as a day the Union was again re-affirmed. In personal terms, there have been countless birthdays, wedding anniversaries observed in the last week as well. Our guess is there were also thousands who celebrated to march of…

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Apple's New Gadgets: Through the Lens of Twitter

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We suppose everyone’s Twitter feed represents their collective interests. Mine is a mixture of football, country music and, of course, digital marketing. And in the last 24 hours, my Twitter feed has been dominated by a very polarising topic… Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 6 and the Apple watch. Pulling some of the best bits from the Twitter- sphere, here is how the day unfolded: The Hype: The leaked photos, the sending out of invitations,…

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Seven Links for You: Courtesy of Autumn

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Welcome to September. It’s back to work. It’s back to school. The roads are busier. The trains and buses too. Before we beginning casting our eyes towards Christmas already, let’s take a moment to reflect on another British summer in the books. It has been an amazing one: warm, sunny days; the World Cup; the Commonwealth Games; Boris deciding he will stand for MP in Uxbridge and South Ruislip. Summer in Britain is the time we…

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The Trouble with Living in Cyberland

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The Social Media-verse has taken a bit of a beating this week with unrelated events that show some of the dangers of living digital lives. One of the basic truths of life in 2014 is that we live in an electronically connected world. From London to Iraq, from Ukraine to Los Angeles, information flows through our digital devices at break-neck speeds. In most cases, the Internet is an incredible source of knowledge, good and community…

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