Pottering’s calm voice may be able to hide his emotions, but we found a nifty digital tool to unmask his true sentiments.
Wordle creates “beautiful word clouds” (their words, not ours) based on a text or website that one inputs. It identifies the most often-used words and makes them larger to show their repetition.
What did Pottering talk to the European Parliament about?
Public Affairs 2.0 should also face up to it’s own obsession. We clearly like the European Parliament as much as Mr Pottering, but the words ‘European’, ‘digital’, ‘public affairs’ are about the same size as Fleishman-Hillard.
European Parliament, digital and public affairs will get another tick in the word count next week when we publish a report on the use of digital tools by MEPs.