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Julia Holter: lucidity by the shore

Since I branded my qual consultancy Shore in 2010 – the ‘shore’ idea being qual research as a liminal, in-between place between communicators and the public – I find myself regularly awash with cultural references to shore-related stuff. I think … Continue reading

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Britney Spears: harder to stalk than I had imagined

This might bring a whole new audience to Strangers On The Shore and (another) one that will be bitterly disappointed. I went into t’ Smoke yesterday for a meeting on AQR ambassadorial business and had a spare half hour afterwards … Continue reading

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Stop me if you think that you’ve heard this one before …

For anyone who thinks you can understand an interview purely from the transcription, Exhibit No1: Mr. J Marr talking about his craft and sullen art. It’s only about 3 minutes in you realise he’s making very little sense verbally, but … Continue reading

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