On a personal basis, I promised myself that I’m not going to jump on the bandwagon – start using the oil spill as a platform to start spreading the word on environmentalism and sustainability, use the disaster as a vehicle to spread the word on my business.
But this psycho-analysis is quite interesting. I’m sure you’ve read the reports, the blogs, the tweets, the articles, imploring you to start taking action. “This is proof that we need to stop using oil”, “Worst oil spill in the history of America shows us why we need to take action now!”.
Even if you’ve not been following the news about the BP oil spill, you’ve probably come across the loads of BP hating mashups and remixes appearing everywhere on the internet. From Boycott BP T-shirts, Tweeters posing as BP Corporate Communications, BP Logo redesign contests, and now, you can oil spill any website at www.instantoilspill.com. Continue Reading →