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Content catches

Content catches

The Stranger team shares its content catches…

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Storytelling for change

Storytelling for change

Storytelling on the frontlines of social change: the question is not what you look at, but what you see.

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Shop speak

Shop speak

We all have the ideal office space in our minds right? Ours just happens to include a shop.

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On curating, Port Eliot and The No. 9 Bus to Utopia.

On curating, Port Eliot and The No. 9 Bus to Utopia.

Curating real world experiences versus search engine suggestions. Which would you rather?

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Internships: finding a new way forward

Internships: finding a new way forward

A fresh batch of graduates has just fled the university gates. So what does the future of internships look like?

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Mad gods and creativity: an interview with Ian Armer

Amanda Webster copyright 2014

Opportunity, inspiration and the writing process author, screenwriter and director Ian Armer shares all…

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Igniting the imagination of the many – storytelling in a fragmented world

Igniting the imagination of the many – storytelling in a fragmented world

As the tools of publishing become democratised and readers turn into creators, the way we tell stories is changing…

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Make your content pay its way…

Make your content pay its way...

With less than half of brands rating their content marketing as effective, how can we be more strategic about the way we approach our content to make it work harder?

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Open books, open doors

Open books, open doors

We all know the power of words. So the fact that today’s youngest generation has literacy levels only matching the eldest generation, is worrying to say the least…

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A leg to stand on

A leg to stand on

We talk to Legs 4 Africa, a new charity that’s raising funds to get African amputees back on their feet.

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WIN: The Challenger’s Almanac

The Challenger's Almanac

The Challenger’s Almanac is a beautifully curated selection of “stories and wisdom, written by people who aren’t afraid to break the rules.” We have five copies to give away.

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Changing lives: science and the Samaritans

Changing lives: science and the Samaritans

Feed at the Science Museum shines a light on what communication really means…

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Raft played out in pictures

Raft played out in pictures

As we cast off into open waters of ordinary on a voyage of inspiration – leaving what we knew and all our to-dos on the shore, we wondered who expected what was soon to unravel at Raft… Thanks to Offshore Images for capturing the day.

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What Phyllis Robinson can teach us about courage and conviction

What Phyllis Robinson can teach us about courage and conviction

Cigarettes, sensational egos, sordid affairs and sexual encounters behind the doors of nth floor offices in Madison Avenue, New York. This is Mad Men. But what about The Real Mad Men? The trials, tribulations, desperation and determination of those advertising agencies which sprung up from the ashes of the war? Of the men and women who […]

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Setting a new course

Setting a new course

THIS? OR THIS? Aesthetically, it’s hardly a difficult choice is it? But logically it makes a lot more sense than you might think too. Yesterday I immersed myself in the fair transport movement, joining hundreds welcoming the Tres Hombres (the world’s only engineless sail cargo ship) and New Dawn Traders into Falmouth after a nine-month […]

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Lucy in wonderland: The magical world of The Bookshop Band

Adventures in Wonderland

Writing songs inspired by books? Sublimely simple, yet endlessly engaging, this band is on our page…

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The quiet pleasure of listening

Reading Allowed. Photo from Arts for Health

Why cutting the chat and listening up can make memories last…

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