Monthly Archives: March 2007
Today’s FT article estimates Twitter is sending – conservatively – 70,000 text messages a day across its service. If, as Ed French commented on this blog, each text costs a minimum of 1p to send, Twitter is burning through 700 … Continue reading
Twitter is a great service. Simple to set up. Easy to use. It’s based on SMS messaging, which is dead simple. But it’s a printing press for bores who tell you they are eating lunch. That’s the bad news. The … Continue reading
Being a journo, for some reason people seem to think I know about content. This means that increasingly I get asked to help the odd organisation out with ideas, content and speakers for events. I don’t do this ALL the … Continue reading
“The Trap: What Happened to Our Dreams…” is a new series of films by Adam Curtis (“The Power of Nightmares”, “Century of the Self”) that tells the story of the rise of today’s narrow idea of freedom. It shows how … Continue reading
Today I’m off to cover CeBit in Hannover, Germany, (the big electronics trade show) for a few days.
I’m currently doing some blogging for the New Statesman New Media Awards web site. Come on over if you are interested in entering the awards this year.
Mobile Today has a neat graphic for subscriber takeup in the UK: However, where is 3? As Ed Cross says: What it looks really interesting is the total cumulative amount of subscribers in the study to be 66.7 million, this … Continue reading