Monthly Archives: February 2006
I find it interesting that a site started by a 16 year old student to lobby in favour of science and animal testing is unavailable today. But the 16 year old’s original blog is still up, where you can comment … Continue reading
The Guardian has had some foresight in putting the Changing Media event together. Let's hope it lives up to its ambitions…
Can we get a Podbop for the Uk please? Anyone out there interested?
How about this? A Web 2.0 Innovation map: “The Web 2.0 Innovation Map grew out of an interest in how Web 2.0 development is distributed geographically. Using the lists of Web 2.0 applications from various sources (see listings) and a … Continue reading
Mooky is a not quicktime downloadable magazine which you can subscribe to on iTunes. It’s made-for-the-iPod video content which, I think, has a lot of potential. Professionally done, it and probably most appeals to a youthful, iPod owning audience – … Continue reading
Jason Calacanis nails the reason why YouTube is not a real business. Why? Because it’s making a lot of traffic out of pirated material. Bully for them, but a real business this does not make. Still, YouTube’s service is useful … Continue reading
Cary Marsh, Mydeo.com Paul Munford, Monty’s Mobile Gaming Outlook This week Mbites.com brought together Cary Marsh, co-founder of consumer streaming video start-up Mydeo.com and Paul Munford, editor of must-read weekly mobile industry newsletter Monty’s Mobile Gaming Outlook, for the first … Continue reading
“They stole our revolution. Now We’re stealing it back”. So runs the tagline at the end of the weekly email newsletter for technology geeks, NTK.net. And although the slogan has been running since 1997, in 2006 the slogan has never … Continue reading
Returning from the 3GSM Congress in Barcelona, I couldn’t help wondering if all the hype was really missing something important – why we love SMS. So let’s review that hype. Basically the “Mobile World” thinks it’s going to move towards … Continue reading
Check out MocoNews for my blog coverage of 3GSM.