Monthly Archives: April 2007
Here’s me (far left) moderating the Chinwag Live: PR UnSpun event on Tuesday. The panel and audience Q&A was the best I’ve witnessed yet. I look forward to the “Dark Side of Social Media” event I’ll chair on 19 June … Continue reading
As per using the wisdom of the crowds, if anyone knows of a great place to have a breakfast meeting in London which also has free WiFi, then email me on mike at mbites dot com, thanks!
FYI: As I said here, from now on mbites.com will become my personal blog (stuff about me, what I’m doing what I’m thinking out loud etc) while tbites.com will be where I write in a more professional manner about tech … Continue reading
I’m currently writing an article about Twitter for New Media Age magazine. Given how much coverage they have had so far it feels a little daunting and I’m not sure I’ll uncover much that’s new (although I’ll try, of course!). … Continue reading
Put this button on your blog in a show of support for BBC Reporter Alan Johnston who was abducted in Gaza on the 12th of March.
I’m helping to create the content for the NMK Forum 07 conference on June 13th (Vecosys.com is a media partner, and you can book here). Now, I’m going to make a totally outlandish claim for this event now, which is … Continue reading