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It’s hot as hell and I think the jury hates me.

I spent my first four days in Cannes utterly convinced that I was immensely disliked by my fellow Cyber jurors. I’d enter the jury room every morning to hear stories of bonding over wonderful meals, hearty laughter and lifelong friendships being forged. At night, I’d sit alone, sadly trying to think of the exact moment…

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A series of unfortunate events. The almost inevitable second Cannes Diary.

2:30pm: Apart from a few old ladies, the odd Russian prostitute and the absolute cock who zooms around the block continuously in his probably rented matte black Lamborghini, the Croisette is strangely quiet. A large crane opposite the hotel is assembling huge sections of what I’m told will be ‘Spotify Beach’, a place where I…

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Two Legs and Ahead.

Working in advertising has given me enormous opportunities to do the thing I love the most, write. I wrote a song that got into the charts and a poem for the Commonwealth Bank that was read by Oscar Nominee Toni Collette. This is something I’m very proud of. An unashamedly Seussian poem that was narrated…

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The sheer hell of the case study video.

Subject: Cannes Entry Video. Lads, I’ve taken a look at the edit. Nice start. Remove the Coldplay ‘Clocks’ soundtrack as everyone uses it. I’ve attached a suitably depressing classical mp3. Lay that down. If the judges aren’t rolling around the floor in fucking despair, the Tigers are on me. By the way, I’ve slightly rewritten…

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It’s hot as hell and I think the jury hates me.

I spent my first four days in Cannes utterly convinced that I was immensely disliked by my fellow Cyber jurors. I’d enter the jury room every morning to hear stories of bonding over wonderful meals, hearty laughter and lifelong friendships being forged. At night, I’d sit alone, sadly trying to think of the exact moment…

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A series of unfortunate events. The almost inevitable second Cannes Diary.

2:30pm: Apart from a few old ladies, the odd Russian prostitute and the absolute cock who zooms around the block continuously in his probably rented matte black Lamborghini, the Croisette is strangely quiet. A large crane opposite the hotel is assembling huge sections of what I’m told will be ‘Spotify Beach’, a place where I…

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Two Legs and Ahead.

Working in advertising has given me enormous opportunities to do the thing I love the most, write. I wrote a song that got into the charts and a poem for the Commonwealth Bank that was read by Oscar Nominee Toni Collette. This is something I’m very proud of. An unashamedly Seussian poem that was narrated…

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It’s hot as hell and I think the jury hates me.

I spent my first four days in Cannes utterly convinced that I was immensely disliked by my fellow Cyber jurors. I’d enter the jury room every morning to hear stories of bonding over wonderful meals, hearty laughter and lifelong friendships being forged. At night, I’d sit alone, sadly trying to think of the exact moment…

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A series of unfortunate events. The almost inevitable second Cannes Diary.

2:30pm: Apart from a few old ladies, the odd Russian prostitute and the absolute cock who zooms around the block continuously in his probably rented matte black Lamborghini, the Croisette is strangely quiet. A large crane opposite the hotel is assembling huge sections of what I’m told will be ‘Spotify Beach’, a place where I…

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It’s hot as hell and I think the jury hates me.

I spent my first four days in Cannes utterly convinced that I was immensely disliked by my fellow Cyber jurors. I’d enter the jury room every morning to hear stories of bonding over wonderful meals, hearty laughter and lifelong friendships being forged. At night, I’d sit alone, sadly trying to think of the exact moment…

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Skewering the Vegans.

On the day I arrived in Sydney, the chief of police gave his opinion on the new ‘Crimestoppers’ telephone line. He didn’t think it would work. When pressed, he said ‘nobody likes a dobber.’ That’s the moment I fell in love with Australia. Australians love their mates, the weather, the ocean, the beers – everything…

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Two Legs and Ahead.

Working in advertising has given me enormous opportunities to do the thing I love the most, write. I wrote a song that got into the charts and a poem for the Commonwealth Bank that was read by Oscar Nominee Toni Collette. This is something I’m very proud of. An unashamedly Seussian poem that was narrated…

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Your own virtual Cannes.

So Cannes is on and our Facebook feeds are full of people checking into Qantas First Class Lounges. (They’re not really; you can check into First Class lounges from home if you want.) A few months ago, I checked in at the summit of Everest and received all sorts of congratulatory messages, presumably from people…

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Donald Trump, clickbait and the human dung beetle.

In 2009, Jan Moir, a Daily Mail journalist in the UK wrote a deeply unpleasant and grossly offensive article on the death of a gay Irish singer Stephen Gately. Written within hours of the singer’s demise, the article was discussed, dissected and shared around the world on social media. And, of course, every view earned…

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Slave to the algorithm.

As human beings, we like to think we’re in control. That somehow we’re in charge of our destiny, where we go, what we see, what we do and who we meet. This is, of course, complete bollocks as our lives are now run by something called The Algorithm. It was designed to serve up appropriate…

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This is what it sounds like when brands cry.

Apparently Prince was a huge fan of the 3M range of products. From Scotch Precision Ultra Edge scissors to MagicTape dispenser rolls, it seems he simply couldn’t have written such seminal tracks as ‘Purple Rain’ and ‘When Doves Cry’ unless he could scribble his lyrics on handy, peel-off multicoloured Sticky Notes. Well, I assume that’s…

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