daily bizcard 047: nancy lublin

Today’s “Daily Bizcard”, “That Kinda Girl” goes to Nancy Lublin, author of “Zilch: The Power Of Zero In Business”. Nancy’s message is simple: you don’t need a lot of money to do well in business, you jut need a lot of smarts, creativity and sass. Nancy’s background is in working for nonprofits. They never have […]

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cube grenade case study: gabba

Paul Fabretti, an old social-media PR buddy from my UK days, asked me to draw him a “cube grenade” for his Manchester-based PR 2.0 company, Gabba. Rock on. [The Cube Gre­nade blog archive. Com­mis­sion your own Cube Gre­nade.]

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“people are using social media to make money? shock! horror!”

I drew the cartoon above over five years ago. It still applies. Brian Clark and I were chatting on the phone yesterday about the end of the “Utopian” phase of blogging and social media. Yes, all that talk about “Conversation”, “The Social Graph”, “End of Marketing”, “Advertising Is Dead”, “Authenticity”, “Transparency” and “Bypassing The Gatekeepers” […]

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drown

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random dude

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make something

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london media prick

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scoble’s art

Heh. My red “We Need To Talk” print makes a cameo appearance on the BBC, courtesy of my buddy, Robert Scoble… [About Hugh. Car­toon Archive. Com­mis­sion Hugh. Sign up for Hugh’s “Daily Car­toon” News­let­ter.]

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reporting from gapingvoid central…

i. The Book. Sometime on Sunday I finished the first draft of “EVIL PLANS”. Sent it off to the publisher yesterday. Now begins the editing and the production. It hits the bookshops January 2011. I’m already thinking about a third book… About mid-December I had this big ol’ panic attack; thinking I’d better get to work […]

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evil plans and big companies

I have a feeling that I’m going to be asked the following question a lot in the next couple of years: “How do I execute my EVIL PLAN within the limits of my current job at a big company?” I’m probably the wrong person to ask- I’ve never fitted into corporate culture very well. But […]

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