Between “Mega Monday”, the Leveson Report and the Autumn Statement, this week has turned out to be a little on the hectic side – here’s us hoping we’d be perpetually under a plaid blanket, sipping mulled wine and waiting for Christmas by now!
Hopefully some of you, at least, have found time to wind down a little as the festive season takes hold. If not, do try won’t you?
A tale of woe from SmallBizDaily, detailing how their website was hacked. A pertinent read for anyone operating online these days.
eConsultancy runs down the ten best social media campaigns from the last twelve months. Coming soon: the top ten end-of-year top ten lists!
Some wise words on a few oft-misunderstood freelancing issues
ReadWrite Editor Dan Lyons vents his spleen in style, lamenting the state of startup financing in Silicon Valley.
Excellent set of photos from a photographer who is, depending on your disposition, incredibly brave or incredibly stupid.
Another post from eConsultancy (they’re doing some good stuff over there) that is remarkable if only for how thorough it is. If you’re creating imagery for your business social media presence, this is all you need.
Quick survey from Wired’s Olivia Solon on how, when and where any writers among you have suffered late payments.
Sums it up quite well.
Give your home workspace that “bustling office” feel with this CD!
Photo by David Dennis