Monthly Archives: December 2004
WSJ: “Just a few years ago, as dot-com companies started to tank, many analysts had predicted that some free Web content and tools would disappear or dwindle. “Free is certainly making a huge comeback these last 12 to 18 months,” … Continue reading
Errata: In “Push media comes of age” last week the seminar for online publishers on RSS to which I referred was put on by the good people of the UK Association of Online Publishers. It should have appeared in that … Continue reading
TBBC is going to teach more UK hacks how to blog. Yay…. I think?
Well, that’s another year of E-business Briefing columns chalked up.
Went to the Neal St Restaurant for Google’s annual Christmas press lunch, graciously hosted by their UK ad sales MD Kate Burns. Antonio Carluccio, the owner, walks in before we start lunch and tells a joke he says he tells … Continue reading
I have a been a big advocate of RSS in the past. But this article (which I have come to late, alas) has an interesting take on how RSS might start to look like a DOS attack. I’m not sure … Continue reading
Why on earth is there still no RSS feed from the Media Guardian? Are they afraid of something? Do they think media people don’t ‘get it’ (they may be right actually, but that’s another debate). Or are they worried it … Continue reading