Blogging can be a wonderful thing. Firms are exploring it in their droves as an informal but structured way of interacting with their customers. Technology vendors such as Google use the medium to keep followers up to speed with the latest developments in their labs, while other firms employ the tool to create what they hope will be lasting relationships with their customers.
And then there are C-list celebrities who post pictures of their wives' cleavage on the internet, by way of a boast. Paul Daniels has appeared approximately three times on the telly since his hit 80s magic show disappeared off the goggle box forever. One of these occasions was a warts-and-all Louis Theroux documentary, and the other was an episode of Chris Morris' biting satire Brass Eye. In said programme, the well meaning magic man was tricked into making an on-air charity appeal to raise money to save an elephant which had unfortunately got its trunk lodged up its own bottom.
Well, Daniels is back....and this time he's blogging. Although Sneak can find very little value in the photos he has posted on his blog of wife Debbie, posing as a dog, and another pic Paul took when 'she wasn't looking'. Erm, do we like it? Not a lot.
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