Monthly Archives: October 2004
“If there are hundreds or thousands of thought leaders and motivated, interested parties on the Internet with the ability to publish news or insights into any number of local or global issues, then it is safe to say that these … Continue reading
Overtureexecs_28Oct04 Originally uploaded by mbites. Before I hit the sack I uploaded the photos from my Treo 600. Check’em out, starting with the one linked to above.
I had lunch with Vin Crosbie, digital media luminary from the US. We chatted about the state of the digital media industries here and in the US. I took a photo. More later.
I want one of those!
I’m going to be speaking at a small corporate dinner in London, in November. I’ll be talking about the effect of blogging on the online publishing industry. As it’s a “corporate” event it’ll cost 65 quid to come – so … Continue reading
Well I’ve got my Clark County voter from the Guardian, but with all the evidence (including my sources at the Guardian) pointing to it being a highly contentious and negative project, which has turned voters off Kerry, I’m wondering whether … Continue reading
Consumers are abandoning fixed line phones in droves and replacing them with mobiles for all their voice calls, research conducted by Mori has found, reports VNU. However, the study was commissioned by Nokia. However, since the most fertile market for … Continue reading
Amazon.com is allowing consumers to share their photos alongside product descriptions. In their guidelines they say you can post images that highlight a feature of the product (“here’s what the controls on this music player looks like”); images that show … Continue reading
Am I the only person who things The Power of Nightmares is a seminal programme which deserves high praise and wide exposure? Certainly I may be the only one who wishes there was a further reading list attached the site … Continue reading