Monthly Archives: March 2005
Few people know this but The Feature, which comes across as some sort of independent commentator on the mobile industry, is in fact wholly funded and owned by Nokia. Under the site’s terms and conditions you will find: “3. Copyright. … Continue reading
“London Underground“, the version of the song Paul Weller wishes he’d written, and the reason I ride a Brompton in London. Very funny.
Ivan Pope has re-invented the term “social software” as “social media” – or “smedia” as he’s branded it. The short story is he thinks there is a business in blogging inside businesses as a form of knowledge management. He’s late … Continue reading
Nathan Barley is a great idea for a show – the piss-take of the Hoxtonesque/London media-luvvy-come ‘web designer’. But there are a couple of problems with it. It could be about 4 or 5 years too late – all the … Continue reading
.. but, as I said in 1999, the media battles of the future (or now even) are between Gates and Murdoch. Handily, I see the Guardian returned to this theme this week: “Gates and Murdoch are going head to head … Continue reading
Big party in London for all us new media types. Should be a blast. More info here and link to buying tickets here.
Yes indeed people. Who needs reporters, editors, fact-checkers and libel lawyers in the age of the new gonzo journalism! Just grab a blog and go! And while you’re at it, forget this lame explanation, and head on over to this … Continue reading