Yes, it’s true. I’ve been keeping a blog all this time. Blog, meet @paulbrislen.

Twitter, meet my blog.

Be kind – it’s all a work in progress, sound and fury signifying SFA really.


And the winner is…

April 2, 2008

For the past few months I’ve been monitoring what posts bring in the most traffic and I’m now prepared to share with the world.

It’s anything to do with Lolcatz.

That’s right, nothing to do with my witty views on road management, or my humble thinkings on television, the media, the problems with journalism in New Zealand or anything remotely useful, it’s this post.

I find that oddly reassuring and I’m not sure why…


(yes, this is a lame attempt to drive yet more traffic. I for one welcome our traffic hogging overlords)

What to do next?

October 19, 2007

So the course is over… two days of workshopping social media.

The take aways from that (not including curry) include: a clearer picture of what I’m going to do for the company’s social media strategy; a better level of understanding of Australian corporate/government department life; a loathing for Dell’s decision to change the way their laptops charge (meaning I couldn’t charge the damn thing with anything other than a this year charger (so many thanks to G for the loan of hers) and a blog.

What to do with the blog is a big question… it doesn’t have a purpose as such beyond demonstrating how easy it is to set up a blog and I fear (FEAR!) blogs that don’t have a mission. It’s too much like wanking for my fancy.

So I’ll keep this up for a bit and play with embedding stuff and whatnot. For now.