After a successful inaugral Post of the Month, it's time to open nominations for the best post for the month of October. To remind you, this is about recognising the good writing and
thinking so please nominate your own
favourite posts from the past month by leaving a comment on this post with a link to the post
you're nominating and also, please spread the word to encourage more nominations. Anything broadly concerned with the subjects discussed everyday in the 'plannersphere', as long as it was posted in the month of October (other vague rules here). Nominations will close in a few days, following which I will open it up for the vote. I'll be twittering the odd update as we go.
To get us started. I have picked out 4 of my own favourite posts below. As before, difficult to narrow it down but here's my starter for ten:
An Interesting Day – Rob Campbell's post and presentation for the inaugral PSFK Asia conference. "Why the future for brands is about creating fate, not just about creating ads."
The User Is The Destination Now – David Cushman's post and presentation for the Widget Web Expo
Myth of The Near Future – Faris's not quite new (but good) video
Baudrillard, Economics and the Death of Reality from Noah Brier
More nominations in the comments below please…