Thursday, December 23, 2010

re: the last week of responsibility

Chestnuts roasting on an open barbie (I've gone native) enduring symbol of Christmas.
Roasted memes being another old chestnut that often rears it's head at this time of year.

Following a starter from Rob Campbell I was tagged by Petar Vujosevic aka Niko Herzeg, to answer the following questions on the year just passed.

1/ Best single thing [personal &/or professional] you did/achieved in 2010.

Easy. Finally summoning up the gumption to get out of the UK and try something else, somewhere else.

2/ Most shameful thing [personal &/or professional] you did/achieved in 2010.
That's probably not for me to answer. I'm of the view that you can get way with most things if you approach and execute with the utmost conviction and belief.
Having said that I've never set out to be intentionally flakey, sometimes it ends up there but them's the breaks of being intentionally disruptive, of which I'm guilty as charged.

3/ Ad industry scandal or scoundrel of the year.
Not sure if it's scandal or even scoundrel but the Digital Death World Aids stunt that spectacularly, and altogether predictably, flopped was of particular note.
The world's top celebrity tweeters sacrificed their digital cared if they came back.

4/ Your overall rating for 2010 out of 10. [1 = shit / 10 = showoff]

5/ What do you think will be the most overhyped advertising related subject of 2011?
Social shopping/Groupon et al. If it's not overhyped already.

Dr Coleman

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