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flying up to glasgow tomorrow…

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 31, 2007

…to pick up the car for the road trip. It starts in Inverness the day after. My itinerary is here. Anybody wants to organize geek …

"put your money on world of warcraft"

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 31, 2007

I never could quite get into Second Life, somehow. All this media attention they’ve been getting in the last year or so never quite added …

richard edelman interview

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 30, 2007

Loic Lemeur interviews Richard Edelman at Davos. Great stuff. [Loic’s blog is here.] [Disclosure: gapingvoid is more evil than Microsoft and Edelman combined. Just so …

commissioning gapingvoid cartoons

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 30, 2007

[A lithograph idea I currently have for Technorati.] Over the last year, I’ve received DOZENS of commission requests to design people’s logos, business cards, illustrate …

poor ol' scoble…

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 30, 2007

Lesson to be learned from reading these here Scobleizer comments: When the shit hits the fan, don’t let anonymous trolls HAVE ANY CONTROL WHATSOEVER over …

the stormhoek branding exercise

By Patrick Crampton | Jan 30, 2007

Over at Stormhoek, we’ve been messing around internally with what we call “Branding Exercises”. Basically, we’re trying to nail down in writing what the Stormhoek …