Kirk, Yell's corporate responsibility woodland minibeast, has died in suspicious circumstances.
Diary of a junk mail campaigner
Cartoonist Benrik Pitch has a marketing idea for Lockheed Martin (the kind company that will look after our census data).
Thomson Local is the only directory publisher that will send you a confirmation letter when you opt out of receiving unsolicited phone books. The letter you'll get is hardly a confirmation letter though…
For the first time ever, the Yellow Pages mentioned the existence of Yell's opt-out scheme for the directory.
The Direct Marketing Association's nonsense about saving paper by making it difficult to opt out has been mentioned in the Observer.
It's becoming easier for our friends in the USA to cancel the Yellow Pages. In San Francisco they're even talking about an opt-in scheme.
The Daily Mail predicts that we'll soon all drown in junk mail.
The All-Party Group on junk mail no longer exists. You won't miss it.
Mr English is angry with with Fianna Fáil, and he doesn't like junk mail either…
Sarah, Royal Mail's virtual online assistant, doesn't know how to stop Royal Junk Mail.