What I loved so much about Scamp's blog was that you were pretty much always guaranteed to have a really good read. He was witty, opinionated (sometime overly) and the site quickly became the digital centre of gravity for conversations about creativity.
While there were lots of Planner types blogging, Scamp seemed to be alone as a representative of the Creative department. I always knew where to go to find the newest creative work and the latest creative controversy. When I read Scamp it felt like I was sitting in a dark Soho pub surrounded by bitchy, funny creative teams. It often veered into car-crash territory, sometimes got too bitchy, too personal and probably sometimes illegal (it broke the Hate-Speak rules on occasion) and it annoyed me that the majority of people who posted hid behind an Anonymous moniker, but working life will be less fun without Scamp.
RIP Scamp and remember that you can always change your mind!
UPDATE: I have been emailed to remind people that Scamp is recommending If This Is a Blog... as the new digital space for disecting creative work. Happy to do that!