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From Cannes ad/PR festival

Kerry Gaffney, 24 June

Day four at Cannes seemed to be the height of the congress with the big guns being rolled out on stage. The day kicked off with Google talking about advertising, followed by Jon Landau, producer of Avatar and Titanic. Then Kraft brought director Spike Jonze to the stage. Finally Mark Zuckerburg, Media Person of the Year, granted the packed out Debussy theatre an audience. For me the most interesting talk of the four came from Google ...

Iphone 4 mania

Ged Carroll, 24 June

I don't know about you but I find true fans a bit scary. You know the kind of people who used to dress up like Michael Jackson with the trilby a la his Smooth Criminal video and waited outside his hotel ...

Which brings me on to the people waiting for the new iPhone outside Apple stores around the world, clogging up Regent Street ... Especially when they could pre-order from O2, Three or Vodafone ...

Where was cameron?

Simon Redfern, 22 June

The positioning of the TV cameras in the Commons causes an occasional visual quirk. The figure to the left of the person at the dispatch box (the PM in this case) is often obscured. At today's Budget, as George Osborne set out £51bn worth of spending cuts, David Cameron was nowhere to be seen. He was there, but unlike Messrs Clegg and Alexander, he was pushed into the shadows by a new Chancellor in full flow ...

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