Brighton seafront on the first day of summer.
It’s also a disappointing picture – too much clutter in the background and I wish I’d got more of the reflection in the puddle. via Instagram http://ift.tt/28PpwCW
When I saw this theme on the list, I had no idea what I’d do for it. But I went to the High Museum yesterday and saw this: a drawing of Dorothea Lange’s very famous photo Migrant Mother, by the photographer Vik Muniz. *I broke my rules for the project: I took this on my phone, because that was what I had to hand. via Instagram http://ift.tt/25LzuPc
Downtown Atlanta. If you’ve seen Walking Dead, you know this view. I wish those three cars weren’t there, but there was only so long I could stand on that bridge waiting without melting; it’s hot here. via Instagram http://ift.tt/24yNANX
My slides from the IAB’s Pathway to Social Wisdom conference. There are a lot of dots to connect when it comes to social content. So many that it can feel a lot easier not to bother. But planning in silos won’t set you on the path to social wisdom. In this deck, I look at how connecting more – with your customers, in your communications, and in your organisation itself – is the key to creating social content with real impact.