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'Cash Mobs' profit locally owned stores

Flash mobs are a thing of the past. It’s all about the ‘cash mob’ now – organised in-person visits to local and independent shops to help them survive.

Originally published 23-Feb-12

Google Authorship adds “More By” to SERPS

Does what it says on the tin.

Originally published 23-Feb-12

You think Pinterest is big? Here comes The Fancy, with a brand spanking new e-commerce platform

Venturebeat reports on The Fancy’s vital statistics.

Originally published 23-Feb-12

Can you spot the difference?

Claire’s Accessories gets accused of plagiarism, again. This time by jewellery brand Tatty Devine.

Originally published 22-Feb-12

Soup firm's win-a-farm competition leaves a sour taste

A competition by the New Covent Garden Soup Company has been criticised after it emerged no one had won its top prize of a £500,000 farm.

Originally published 22-Feb-12

McDonald's offers qualification to Olympic volunteers

McDonald’s will offer volunteer workers at the London Olympics the chance to complete a qualification in customer service accredited by City & Guilds.

Originally published 21-Feb-12

The Pirate Bay could be blocked in UK

The Guardian’s latest coverage of the Pirate Bay saga.

Originally published 20-Feb-12

Apps: The Future of Agency Revenue Models?

Digitalbuzz takes a closer look at apps and agencies.

Originally published 19-Feb-12


Microsoft’s punchy anti-Google ad is brave, and very, very funny.

Originally published 20-Feb-12

Kauko Remote Control Design

World Design Capital 2012 Helsinki is running a remotely-controlled cafe, Cafe Kauko, in which users around the world can manipulate furniture, music and lighting using a mobile application at youdesign.fi

Originally published 17-Feb-12

Vikki Chowney

Published 24 February, 2012 by Vikki Chowney

Vikki is head of community at TMW. You can follow her on Twitter or Google+

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