Is blogging killing planning?

Is blogging killing planning?
Henry Lambert
  • 30 march 2007

We were at last night’s industry prizefight in which two heavyweights of the plannersphere sparred without either managing a knockout blow.

The debate, sparked by this now infamous post, raged over the motion that blogging was killing planning. In the ‘yes’ corner was Grey London’s John Lowery, wearing what can only be described as an outrageous jacket. In the ‘no’ corner was John Grant, founder of St Luke’s and wearing his qual research shirt with ‘Yes, No, Maybe’ plastered over it.

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