Monthly Archives: December 2005
MusicBites put together a panel of experts for its end of year review of the digital music business, the recording of which can be downloaded here (Note: 49MB file). It took place at one of London’s best private members clubs, … Continue reading
“I’m a dinosaur, part of a shrinking generation of daily print newspaper readers who likely will disappear in a few decades. And we’re being replaced by folks who “consume media” through the use of RSS feeders, Web portals and blogs.”
Evan Williams calls content generated by ordinary people ‘casual content’ but I don’t see anything casual about stuff like Moblog.co.uk’s pictures of the Buncefield oil clouds.
MSNBC’s plans to flood the Internet with ads for its new shows is, well, really stupid. Sure, they are advertising on blogs via BlogAds. That’s very, well, nice. However, they’d be far better off using a blog network to provide … Continue reading
As my article in The Guardian today shows, putting the full content of your site into the RSS feed is a tricky business. The main problem is from unsavoury characters taking feeds and using them on splogs. Personally I think … Continue reading
Some interesting new research from Jupiter: Jupiter thinks the European music industry is facing “a demographic time bomb”. In its report “European Music Consumer Survey, 2005″ it says that European consumers who download music from illegal file sharing networks currently … Continue reading