The Honeytrap's Not A Nice Smell

Our big debate yesterday was whether or not the Mail on Sunday should have leaked the Lord Triesman story. The two issues that it throws up is when is a private conversation private and is cheque book journalism driving a new type of "kiss and...

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Drumming Up Support

Justin from Conservation Economy met with the Strings the other week and they had an interesting discussion about marketeers and the role they need to play in helping use their skills to make a positive contribution to the planet, as opposed to a negative one. Strings...

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One To Watch

It was with much amusement to see Nick off training for Red Bull's Stratos last week. He spent the day reviewing a site to try and demonstrate what it might be like when Felix jumps from over 120,000 feet. However, as the saying goes every...

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The Do's and Don'ts of SOS

With the departure date of Katie P fast approaching and the mammoth task of 30 festivals in 30 months looming on the horizon, we sent our self proclaimed festival expert Pete on a dry run to SOS Festival in Murcia (Spain, in case you were...

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Friday Sinking Feeling

We know we've been really rubbish at writing blogs. We've been a little bit manic with one thing or another. The picture below might help tell you why (it's a fantastic 4 page feature on Red Bull's Stratos project in FHM on the man who...

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The Real Katie P

A couple of months ago, you probably got an email from a mate about this amazing job that George Lamb was talking about where you got paid £30k to spend the next six months traveling around the world going to 30 of the most ridiculous...

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