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By tigtog on May 14, 2013
‘Brave’ creator blasts Disney for ‘blatant sexism’ in princess makeover:
By tigtog on September 26, 2012
James Bond and Indiana Jones in the Wild West versus aliens with frickin’ lasers – but what was missing?
By tigtog on December 23, 2011
Why don’t you allow access from other countries to see and embed your promo videos for upcoming shows? Especially in countries to which you’re no doubt planning to sell the show? At least Sky 1 knows how to do it properly.
By tigtog on July 19, 2011
I know Old Spice Guy well, Old Spice Guy is a minor joy of mine, you are nothing like Old Spice Guy.
By tigtog on May 6, 2011
Anybody? It looks very interesting, but I’m hesitant to sign up for yet another thing without knowing how other people are finding it usability-wise etc.
By tigtog on January 5, 2011
I wonder if Mr Harvey thought through the consequences of highlighting to his customers on every news site just how much better deals are online.
By tigtog on December 16, 2009
I guarantee you that your jaw did not just drop as far as mine did when I first read that. Yeah, I can totally see how he’s really loving our blog and is utterly captivated by our style of writing and the subjects we choose to write about. Yay for the females!
By Lauredhel on October 7, 2009
Complete with the infantilising headline we’ve come to expect from Fairfax media, Asher Moses has written up the ongoing #nestlefamily incident: “Mummy bloggers spit the dummy over Nestle’s spoilt milk” First, Nestlé hung its bloggers out to dry, leaving them to deal – very, very badly – with the PR disaster they co-created. Nestlé then [...]
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By Lauredhel on October 1, 2009
This seems a good point to start a new post. Many Nestle-bloggers seem to be continuing to believe that by taking their questions straight to the company, they will get honest replies, and will clear up all these decades of silly misunderstanding in a jiffy. Under great pressure, Nestle corporate representatives have finally joined in [...]
By Lauredhel on September 7, 2009
Creepy privacy invasion of the day: Web-monitoring software reads kids’ private messages and sells data to advertisers “Parents who install a leading brand of software to monitor their kids’ online activities may be unwittingly allowing the company to read their children’s chat messages — and sell the marketing data gathered. Software sold under the Sentry [...]