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Generation Y needs to take responsibility for our own happiness

We don’t want to put in any extra hours. We moan about how we feel, but we don’t bother doing anything about it. Over the last week, I’ve been following Steve Earl’s series of blogs on Generation Y PRs with interest. I’m Gen Y myself – according to Earl’s definition, the generation includes anyone born

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Cirkle  •  18th Mar 10

Is Google Buzz Over-Hyped?

Following the Chrome browser, Nexus One mobile device, Wave and Chat, Google this week launched the latest in a line of new tools that are rapidly turning it from search engine specialist to all-encompassing communications behemoth. Google Buzz was launched amid much hype as a ‘Twitter Killer’ and a major competitor to Facebook. But is

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Cirkle  •  11th Feb 10

12seconds: The Next Big Thing in Social Media?

Micro-blogging was undoubtedly the hot social media trend of 2009, with Twitter achieving phenomenal growth of nearly 1400% year-on-year at one point. Such was the impact of the ubiquitous Twitter that other micro-blogging platforms such as Jaiku and Tumblr hardly got a mention. So where does micro-blogging go from here? I’m going to stick my

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Cirkle  •  4th Jan 10

Google v Murdoch: Round 1 to the Tycoon

The battle between media tycoon Rupert Murdoch and search engine behemoth Google took a new twist yesterday with the announcement by the company that newspaper publishers will now be able to limit the number of free news articles people can read. Until now, Google has always defended its position against claims that it profits from

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Cirkle  •  3rd Dec 09

Is screening England Qualifier on net an own goal for TV’s supremacy?

I am not adverse to paying to watch sport on TV, in fact when it comes to watching England in the 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign a few quid in subscriptions seems a small price to pay. But as you cannot have failed to have heard about this week with all the press advertising and

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Cirkle  •  6th Oct 09

And Talking of Meerkats…

Meet Aleksandr Orlov. I absolutely love this little fella. Aleksandr is a meerkat, and is fast becoming an icon. Unless you’ve been on the moon for the last few months, you’ll probably have seen his TV advertising to try and stop the confusion between his own website (comparethemeerkat.com) and a similar but entirely different website

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Cirkle  •  18th Jun 09

Montagne Jeunesse Hits the West End

Our communications platform for fun and fabulous face masque brand Montagne Jeunesse is Life’s Little Pleasures, and with a trip to the theatre being top of many peoples’ pleasure lists, Cirkle Body + Soul decided to approach theatre companies to find Montagne Jeunesse the perfect partner. And we did just that – Hairspray the Musical!One

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Cirkle  •  11th Jun 09