Monday, November 29, 2010

Three things I'm loving… and it's only Monday!

1. The Evening Standard
Yes, this little Fame Whore got another slice of the action in tonight's Standard on the subject of snow in fashion. According to me, "snow lay flat on the ground in the Nineties". Don't understand? no, neither do I. Oh well.

2. PhotoSwap
Next time the chat dwindles in a group-outing scenario, whip this baby out. Take a picture, get one back. What could be more fun? Oh, I know… visually abusing people who send you penis photos, that's what. Fun times.

3. Krrb
The "commerce enabler". Are you an arty, hipster-type living in a pocket of urban cool? Why not connect with your neighbors by selling, swapping and giving away trinkets? Another lovely example of the online going offline.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Digital strategy explained

For anyone not quite clear on what it is I do everyday, here's a little insight.

digital ninja from moon stuff on Vimeo.

...time to re-train I think!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Current affairs

For all those of you who missed my shameless bragging across platforms (on and offline, I'll have you know), I was pleased as punch to be quoted in last night's Evening Standard.

Ok, so the piece was on the topic of designer raisins, but we've all got to start somewhere. News Night… I'm waiting for my call!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Molotov Jukebox launch their first single

My old friend Nat and her band Molotov Jukebox launched their first single at Cargo on Wednesday night and it is a goodie! Nat is one of those people who has been a star since she could first hold a microphone - and it's great to see her become a part of such a class act that is Molotov Jukebox. They absolutely kill it live and have just released their first official epic and sexalicious music video here...

Go! Please tweet it, blog it, buy it!!

Thursday, November 11, 2010


Oompht! How time does pass! As someone who is incredibly condescending of "Dead" blogs, I am ruthlessly negligent of tending to this one. I guess the unfortunate demise of various guinea-pigs, rabbits and hamsters in my youth are indicative of that.

Anyways, a little update and boast to say that I was asked to contribute to the latest edition of Eye Magazine in a piece they did on iPad apps. I was honoured to be asked and it is great to be in print as well as their blog - even if it does mean I can't link to it!! ...Seems odd writing a piece about iPad apps which you can't read on an iPad.

Speaking of which, I've been gathering a few iPad vids together this week and here's one great one and one awkward and weird one. Enjoy!