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APSOTW Assignment: Turning Shit, Into Gold … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web, Attitude & Aptitude, Comment )

So it’s been ages since we did a planning school on the web assignment and it’s all my fault. Well, not totally mine – Andrew and Gareth can take some of the blame too [I’m nice like that] – but still, I feel bad about it. In a desperate attempt to make amends, I officially […]

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APSOTW: The Results That Took Longer Than FIFA To Finalise Are Now In … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

First of all, a massive, massive apology for the delay in giving you all this feedback. As I mentioned previously, the majority of judges were very prompt – some actually submitted their feedback before the deadline – but one of the judges was involved in a major business deal and couldn’t get to it until […]

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APSOTW Update … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

The feedback is [finally] all in. I’ll be writing it up and you’ll have it next friday. Huge apologies for the delay and hopefully the constructive feedback will make it all worth it. Emphasis on ‘hopefully’. In the meantime, read some research on what people get up to on pornsites, which for clarity, is not […]

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APSOTW Assignment: From Planning To Managing. ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

So it’s been a long time since we did an Advertising Planning School on the Web [APSOTW] assignment but that is about to change. Before I get to it, I just want to say sorry for the long gap between challenges … with Gareth and Andrew starting new jobs and me being both lazy and […]

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Light … Camera … Impress: It’s The APSOTW Assignment … ( Filed under: Advertising [Planning] School On The Web )

When Russell started this ‘school’, he ensured there was a lot of variety in his challenges because he believed [and I presume still does] that modern communication requires people who are creative generalists – not just specialists. Gareth, Andrew and I have tried to continue that tradition [but if we haven’t, don’t tell us, we’re […]

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