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STRICTLY SPEAKING

Posted in Interest, Work by thisisanexperiment on November 9, 2010

Tried ‘Strictly Pancakes’ for the first time today. I really liked the garlic prawns, but all I could think about was how I would have loved it as some Aglio Olio. I guess that means I’m just more of a sweet pancakes girl. Bad pictures because going there was an impromptu decision, so I didn’t bring my camera along.

I was disappointed at having to wait for quite some time (like half an hourish) for my pancakes to come. Is that normal waiting time for them, or are they just understaffed? I was near-gastric by the time my food came.

 

In other news, if you are interested in Fashion or Marketing:

*Read about the Chinese textile business &  ‘Made in Italy’ labels you might be wearing

*P&G is trying to hook up bloggers, social networks/influence, with a good cause (CLEAN WATER!)

P&G said it is capitalizing on the power of influential female bloggers and online communities to inspire action to help people in need of clean water.

To participate, bloggers must write an original post of 200 words or more about why they would like to participate as a “Change Agent” on the weeklong expedition to Africa this fall. Dr. Greg Allgood, the director of CSDW, will accompany the winner. Bloggers can promote their posts on Twitter with the hashtag #paid ad.

The Give Health Clean Water Blogivation kicked off at the BlogHer 2010Conference last week in partnership with Changents.com. At the site, participating bloggers can get a voting widget to embed in their blog post. The blogger with the most votes on Aug. 27 will be the grand-prize winner. P&G will also make a $15,000 donation to the winner’s choice of a nonprofit drinking water charity.

For every post and vote, P&G will donate a day of clean water to a person in need.

via promomagazine.com

 

 



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