Flack: Twitter

When Alastair Campbell told The Guardian about some of his favourite movie moments, he was asked which film baddies he would be.

'Malcolm Tucker, I guess,' he replied, referring to the In the Loop spinmaster based on Campbell. But then he went further: 'I probably shouldn't admit this, but I found myself suffering occasional moments of identification with Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men. Talk about being focused and disciplined.' Any other wannabe psychopathic killers out there? ...

Green Communications partner Andy Green was as proud as punch when he called Flack this week. His 23-year-old daughter Charlotte Green has just taken her first job in PR, as an account executive at Bradley O'Mahoney PR. He tells us she has been fascinated by the art of spin from an early age. 'Charlotte appeared in her first photo call at the age of three for an ice-cream client of mine,' said Green. Can anyone better that for pushy PR parenting? ...

The Twitter backlash continues. A Harvard study has revealed that just ten per cent of Twitter users generate more than 90 per cent of the content. Moreover, more than half of all people using Twitter update their page less than once every 74 days, and most people only ever 'tweet' once during their lifetime, usually with something like 'Very excited about joining Twitter'. Well, Flack remains a fan.

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