For fans used to this man's rants about the music industry, it comes as a pleasant surprise to see his cause in lights. In case you're still unaware, he has produced five rock/electro albums and has had his music featured in arguably two of the world's best TV series - with one being The Sopranos.
Unnecessary unfollowing on Twitter is the biggest faux-pas, the ultimate snub which makes you look like the stuck up kid at school. If you're anything like me, when someone unfollows you for no reason you'll get pretty pissed off, and believe me you have every right to be.
In the digital age, personal branding has never been more important. Whether it's the CEO of a large organisation, or the employee of a boutique brand, the way that people manage their online presence determines how they are viewed. In many ways, the prospect of being put under a digital microscope can seem daunting, but personal branding, if done properly, can be a great advantage.
I'm 27 and have started feeling like I know what I'm doing with life (some days). But whatever I've gotten the chance to do, it's because I've been passionate about it. If you're doing something you hate, stop doing it, or find a way to stop hating it.
For decades, TV has had a prosperous reign as king of the living room. Entertaining millions daily, it's no wonder we've given the medium ultimate reverence. But just as a monarch's underlings often seek to usurp them, tablets and mobile devices are rising up and gradually stealing attention from TV's once captive and faithful audience.
What we can blame Facebook for is how relentless this endless one-upmanship is - and it's perhaps this point that relationships author Zoe Strimpel intended to make when she said that single women should avoid it at all costs.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, EBay, Skype, YouTube, LinkedIn, Wikipedia, Yahoo (aka Tumblr + Flickr) are the giant trees. They are established. Their customer roots go deep. They starve out competitors by eating up their various customer bases voraciously.
If I, as an individual, have the opportunity to prevent someone, particularly a child, coming to harm, I should. If society as a whole has the opportunity to prevent this, it should. And if a company has the same opportunity, it should too.
Campaigning is a way of charities to claim authority over an issue, and be a voice for a section of society, controlling their political contribution, often without the involvement of those they purport to represent, simply to be a 'tear jerker'.
Please take a seat... Job interview - I am in you. So you're applying for the role of PR Executive?<-- That. What qualifications do you have? This --> ... This is a picture of a cat in an Iron Man costume? I win at cat pictures. How is this relevant? Because winning. I'm sorry?
Social media today is now defining rather than just reflecting social attitudes. Sites once seen as a simple means of communication are now a channel for active group psychology powerful enough to overthrow governments. And you don't have to look far for the evidence.
The stream of updates about unimportant things, from lunchtime burritos to Daily Mail click-bait, are thought by many to be distracting us from the reading of improving books or forging of real-life relationships.
Very simply, digital brands provide new ways in which we get to reflect who we are - and where we also get to hold a mirror up to ourselves. And what's crystal clear from all viewpoints: we like what we see.
Is this a pre-revolutionary state? Perhaps. If you look across Europe, people are certainly turning to non-mainstream parties, even if they are some way from Brand's socialist utopia. Sometimes that takes the form of right wing populists... Sometimes they are of the left: witness George Galloway, or Melanchon in France.
When you refer to the offline as "real life", you imply the online isn't and, in doing so, you encourage the idea that what people do or say in social media is not, as such, real.
Any political party that's serious about winning at the next election, especially when it comes to the votes of young people, has to ensure they've got a formidable digital strategy lined up. Watching the Twitter feeds of the main parties, especially during their recent conferences, has been fun, as they rehearse their virtual lines for the campaign. There's nothing these guys love more than a good hashtag - #freezethatbill, #britainontherise, #forhardworkingpeople...