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‘Self-selecting techie job ad’ of the week
Please do forward on to any techie friends in need of a job. We’re helping some friends out with this one.
More jobs from Econsultancy.
‘Death to the PR’ of the week
More about PR from Econsultancy.
Charming ‘cat-dreams music video’ of the week
SEO thing of the week
Moz’s Web Developer Cheat Sheet. Pretty darn useful.
More from Econsultancy on SEO.
‘Awesome behind the scenes photos from horror movies’ of the week
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‘Deconstruction of the listicle’ of the week
A joyous piece in the New Yorker. Yes, we are aware you are reading a listicle right now.
More on blogging from Econsultancy.
Single-idea Tumblr of the week
‘Incredible Pixies cover versions in-the-style-of’ of the week
These are truly majestic.
Wine Society copywriting of the week
The Wine Society’s copywriting regularly blows our grape. A couple of winners this week.
‘Dynamic’ is the only way to describe South Africa’s current wine scene. Stellenbosch, famous but not resting on its laurels, offers diversity and innovation.
The great négoce houses are at the centre of all that the Rhône does well. The likes of Chapoutier, Paul Jaboulet Aîné and Guigal are so much more than mere merchants.
More from Econsultancy on content.
Evil jumpers of the week
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Andrew Warren-Payne quote of the week
The best utterance from our most English of Analysts.
There’s something inherently masculine and heroic about mechanic efforts in conquering effluent.
Tweetbot misunderstanding of the week
Zeebox, and it should know better.
Tuesday night, watching popular British tv cookery show ‘The Great British Bake Off’, I tweeted to voice my disappointment at myself and entertainment in general.
I’d been reading about the punk scene in Marcus Greil’s ‘Lipstick Traces’, and how it was possibly linked to the Situationist International, and the theory that boredom is political, that true entertainment should allow us to experience a different set of values or morals. We no longer say ‘what can I do today’ but ‘what can I see today’.
I fired off a cod tweet, which was picked up by Zeebox bot. My reaction is to think Zeebox isn’t that great at social, or that bots are a bad idea. Of course, some would say all publicity is good publicity.
More on Twitter from Econsultancy.
Econsultancy a year ago
We published our Real-Time Bidding Buyer’s Guide.