who gives a fuck?
Well you read my blog, now read my interview.
who took the photo?
Sean De Sparengo.
Sean De Sparengo is brilliant.
Use Sean De Sparengo.
he can be found at http://www.coy-com.com
Ben you mentioned before you think Campaign is a puff-piece wankfest. Where does Shots sit on the sliding scale of true journalistic integrity?
I only ask because the interview was a bit bum-lickey, which is fine but couldn‚Äôt the writer maybe have touched upon some more contentious/interesting stuff?
I’m not sure what aspects of the word I removed from your question you’re referring to, but there are legal reasons why I can’t discuss any of that.
But even without that, I don’t think the point of the interview was to delve into all aspects of my past. It’s in a section (forgotten the name) about what people in advertising do outside their day jobs, and that was what Danny covered. He liked the book and likes the blog, so I don’t think he was going to slag either of them off.
And I don’t think Shots is there to do in-depth investigations of all aspects/people of the industry. It’s a production-led digest of what’s gong on out there, not an analysis of advertising as a whole. However, Campaign is supposed to be just that, but they do in-depth, perceptive, cat-amongst-the-pigeons analysis like Stephen Hawking does waterskiing.
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