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5G was developed by BCI (Brain-computer interface) is a collaboration between a brain and a device that enables signals from the brain to direct some external activity, such as control of a cursor or a prosthetic limb is the latest generation of cellular mobile communications. 265 more words

World Cultures

Marking 40 Years of Cancer Research

In 2016, I created and executed a multifaceted marketing communications campaign to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) 245 more words

Case Study

READ-CHARGED: five comms books and five works of escapism you can read on holiday

My children have broken-up from school and I’m turning towards the holidays.

For me, end of term is marked by taking a day off to go and watch the cricket at the Cheltenham cricket festival. 1,203 more words


What Kind of Critic Are You?

You probably have been the recipient of “constructive” criticism.  Did you enjoy it?  Was the experience useful?  Really?

Have you ever been in a position to GIVE that kind of feedback?  172 more words


Dear PR folks, does the company really need us?

“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some hire public relations officers.” – Daniel J. Boorstin

Just to reminisce about the good old days when I was in the college and when I went through the student orientation, to be exact. 576 more words


Communications 2.0: Being human

Sometimes I feel as if the universe is trying to teach me something.

Not a spoon-fed chunk of wisdom, no. It’s more of a feeling that as I stumble my way through the different phases of life, I start to see questions and themes that point me in one direction or another, as if I am being gently nudged to keep on learning and moving forward, instead of collapsing by the side of the road in a heap and just giving up. 2,068 more words