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    Catering to those who prefer their news bite-sized.

    By Grey LDN | May 31, 2016

    It's hard to believe, but not everyone wants to sit through press release after press release (after press release) in order to find out what a company has been up to recently. 

    Similarly, not everyone at said company wants to write press release after press release (after press release).
     
    Which is why we've created lookwhatgreydid.com.
     
    Like a certain fence treatment brand once famously almost said, it does more or less what it says on the tin. As well as the serious bits, it features a wider range of 'other stuff' than here - all on one page, each in a paragraph or so and complemented (or quite possibly offended) by some terrible puns.
     
    While we're at it, we're also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, if you're any of those ways inclined. 
     
    And fear not: press releases will remain affectionately here.

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