Fluffy Links – Monday September 7th 2009

New blog (least to me) from Ben Mosse, ex EI and now AP. Two letters FTW.Crushed Fedora.

Nominate your Social Media Campaign to the Web Awards. Nominations close on September 17th.

Never heard of Kama Lifestyles until they started giving crap to Dena.

Solidarity are looking for web space and a design whippersnapper, I guess?

Nice blog. Learn Something Everyday.

20 tips (seems way more) on how to write for the web.

Yet another fantastic post from Fred Wilson, this one about characteristics of great companies. I think it equally applies to business people, artists and those who make something big out of life. This I like:

7) Great companies have a global mindset. They treat every person in the world as a potential customer/user.

Nice interview with Charles Saatchi on art and all the rest:

By and large, talent is in such short supply that mediocrity can be taken for brilliance rather more than genius can go undiscovered.

Claptrap the movie. In the days before those makeover shows, they take a woman and make her into a great public speaker.

Does Google have a double standard on privacy?

Bowie covering Nirvana covering er Bowie:

One Response to “Fluffy Links – Monday September 7th 2009”

  1. Eoin says:

    I actually attended a Kama Lifestyles and wrote about it for the Irish Times. Although some of the stuff they taught was risible, I didn’t think too much of it was sleazy.

    That said, they did know I was a journalist.