There’s a list, somewhere, most likely in my head, of topics to write about on here. But the only thing I’ve repeatedly wanted to blog about was the amazing trout kedgeree I cooked the other week. So social media and blog analysis be damned, let’s get down to breakfast.
I know kedgeree is meant to be haddock, but I didn’t have any in the house. And I think trout works equally as well, especially with the smoky flavours. This kedgeree also has a bit of a kick to it, but the emphasis is on the flavour rather than the heat. It’s a nice lazy pick-me-up weekend breakfast or brunch (and I’m useless at measuring amounts, sorry). Serves 2.
What happens when you put a load of bloggers and PRs in the same room and get them to discuss their industry? Fight? Or consensus? Or both?
The most recent London Bloggers Meetup didn’t quite reach either of those stages but the panel / open floor debate was interesting, partly because it showed how little the debate, and indeed industry, has moved on.
The panel lined up with Cate Sevilla from Bitch Buzz, Chris Osburn aka Tiki Chris, and Pete Stean from The Londoneer, with Stephen Waddington (Wadds) from Speed Communications, Matt Churchill from Edelman and Laurence Borel (Lolly) from Mindshare on the PR side.
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London Bloggers’ Meetup: Blogger and PR relations – no change
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