Richard Newton
Writer, entrepreneur, hypocrite,

Wrote “Stop Talking Start Doing: A Kick In The Pants in Six Parts” (the #1 business book at WHSmith for 12 months and translated into 20 languages)… and then went back to bed.

When he’s not being a hypocrite he’s an entrepreneur, consultant and writer.

After spending almost ten years writing about business for The Sunday Telegraph, the Mail on Sunday and others Richard set up his first company. It went bust. So he set up another. Many years have passed and he is now co-founder, director, board adviser or mentor to a number of start ups.

Notably, he heads the marketing and comms at Calltrunk, a disruptive telephony technology company. Calltrunk created ARGOsearch a revolutionary conversation search engine which won several awards for innovation in technology, mobile and languages during 2012.

Blog Entries by Richard Newton

How Photographs Became Word of Mouth and the Spoken Word Became Permanent

(8) Comments | Posted 3 January 2013 | (13:14)

Take a picture. Compose it. Light it. Count down. Say cheese. Snap the shutter. Save the picture for ever.

Ever since the invention of the Kodak camera and the Brownie camera 100 years ago taking photographs has been an activity intended to preserve memories for posterity. Photographs were precious:...

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