hy·brid (hbrd)
n.
1. Genetics The offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock, especially the offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties, species, or races.
2. a. Something of mixed origin or composition.  b. Something, such as a computer or power plant, having two kinds of components that produce the same or similar results.
3. A word whose elements are derived from different languages.

By day I’m a freelance marketing & communications consultant.  By night I blog*, Tweet, moonlight as a freelance travel and lifestyle writer and lurk about on teh interweb.
I’m interested in how corporates treat their humans.  I’m interested in how brands work. I’m interested in really bendy brains.  I’m interested in the difference between spin and sensationalism vs. partnership and analysis.  I’m interested in communities and how people will find/make/build/design them, despite vociferously defending their right to stand alone.  I’m interested in the power of socialisation and culture.  I’m interested in really, really juvenile humour (nhur hur hur). I’m interested in the balance of power.  Any balance of power.  I’m interested in the G.O.D. theory (which I damn well believe extends beyond plants).  I’m interested in books and writers and language.  I’m interested in cultural voyeurism.  I’m interested in what happens next…
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*here, there and everywhere, not always as myself.
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