Monthly Archives: May 2005
That’s what the RFID tags will be asking shoppers innocently carrying around stuff in Seattle from this week.
One has to wonder if there will be a backlash against video mobiles if ‘happy slapping‘ carries on.
I’m chairing a roundtable discussion on blogging next week. Anyone can come, so long as they are a paid-for member of Netimperative.
Thing is, all we need is an advertising system (subject to competition), an e-commerce system (subject to competition) and some kind of loose financial arrangement (which doesn’t involve copyright). Outside of that, bloggers should be free to move around as … Continue reading
As usual, Polly Toynbee talks the most sense: “This is still Labour’s third great win with a majority that would have seemed handsome enough to previous Labour governments. When the votes are combined with the Lib Dems’ strongest showing since … Continue reading