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Busy, busy, busy…

It’s been a fun few day! Last week I walked and tubed across London checking out as many cool galleries as I could see, searching for a central location for MMA3. On the same day I had a lovely lunch and chat with the talent Rod Hunt. Then following on from that, over the weekend me and Jane join a fantastic bunch of illustrators for another lunch in Stamford, organised by Mr. Beach. Busy, busy, busy. I’m working on a couple new LCS interviews and I’ve got a finished one from Rod to go up very soon! Can you believe it’s been several years since I last did a LCS interview???

LCS Future Planning…

Monday is the day for thinking about the future and future planning! I’m going have a long meeting over a hot coffee and maybe a biscuit in the morning with Jane (hai Manager & LCS editor). We have a lot to talk about, if I’m going to push the LCS in the direct I want it to go in. Should be fun!

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Google+… Why?

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I have a Google+ account and we have a Google+ page for The LCS and hai, but I do wonder whether its worth keeping them up-to-date. I’m not inclined to promote G+ via the websites in question as the reason I’m using G+ at the moment is primarily as a marketing tool, although secondary as another channel of communication. Real estate isn’t necessary a premium on the sites, but you don’t want to overwhelm users with a long list of social icons, you want to keep them focused. The problem is if you compare G+ to a social network like Facebook, not many people are using G+ at the moment. Twitter is happy to work together with most other services as its communication model is quite unique. Another problem is do you duplicate content across networks, what if different people are using different network? But saying that, what if they’re the same people… Are you going to alienate interactions with duplicate content and segment commentaries.

I think we’ll hang in there for now, but someday I think we’re going to need to decide is G+ really worth the effort.