Monthly Archives: December 2002
Gawker, the new ‘blog publishing’ venture has launched. Looks pretty good. Nice writing style. Quick and dirty. There’s a write-up over at Marketingfix (see link below). But I checked out the bottom of the page where I found a link … Continue reading
Matt Jones says lots of people at the BBC are signing up. Nick Denton also likes it.
Simply having a wonderful e-Christmas time Freeview to no view Openworld: a very small earthquake 2G’s company, 3G’s expensive The 100m pound, publicly-funded start-up
What this means in practise is that MSN has deep-linked inside existing government sites to add another Public Services channel to its site. Although eGov implies this is an exclusive deal, I don’t think it will be, as other commercial … Continue reading
This cautious optimism appears to be reflected in the tech sector, such as at ContractorUK which recently ran an article headlined “Ten pointers to an IT jobs market recovery”. Me? I think it’s all rubbish. The housing market – especiailly … Continue reading