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I’ve travelled to the future (currently nine hours ahead of GMT) and landed in an unfamiliar world. I’ve moved to rural Tasmania and I’ve bought an old gold rush bank building. It’s a whale of […]
2021 Buzzsaw awards
THE BUZZSAW AWARDS 2021 • List reflects this year’s most frequent submissions to www.thebuzzsaw.co.uk, now in its 11th year The Buzzsaw, an online tool that automatically strips buzzwords out of press releases, speeches and blog posts, today […]
australia, i’m open for business
Australia, a quick word in your ear: I’m open for business. I grew up near Honeysuckle Creek, the dish that transmitted Neil Armstrong’s first words on the lunar surface to a huge global audience. I […]
suits you, sir
A week or so ago I wrote a piece for the Metro about the most useful piece of clothing I’ve ever bought – and how I used it, inadvertently, to shape the course of fashion […]
Click here to download a selection of our work. These case studies illustrate tactics rather than strategy, but they give a sense of thought process and outcomes. We’d be happy to share more detail and […]
POLITICAL JARGON OF THE YEAR AWARDS, 2020
List of the top words and phrases in the Political ‘Vexicon’ contains a mixture of new entries and ‘old favourites’ Polifiller, the automated political jargon removal tool, today announces its 2020 awards for the worst […]
Hello, have you heard?
Hasn’t the world changed? Old-fashioned neighbourliness isn’t what it was. All of us have found digital neighbours with whom we have much more in common. We’ve become more tribal, tapping into nationwide and worldwide communities […]
Karen Carpenter’s doorbell chimed the 6 opening notes of ‘We’ve only just begun’.
THE BUZZSAW TECH JARGON AWARDS 2020
List reflects this year’s most frequent tech buzzword submissions by editors and correspondents to www.thebuzzsaw.co.uk, now in its 10th year The Buzzsaw, an online tool that strips the buzzwords out of press releases, speeches and blog posts, […]