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Jyri Engeström at MSN Innovate in Stockholm, december 2006

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Le Web 3 reaction

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Share this post Le Web 3 reaction Originally uploaded by Tom Morris. This says it all really.

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An open letter to Mike Arrington

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Share this postPLEASE NOTE: Before you read the below post, here is the context: It was written after a very difficult few days following the collapse of the TechCrunch UK franchise in December 2006 due to the falling out of … Continue reading

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Digg overtakes Cnet

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Share this postAzeem has an interesting post about how Digg has now overtaken Cnet. Amazing really, in such a short space of time.

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Alistair Campbell is a blogger?!

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Share this postLabours former Chief Spinmiester is blogging about the World cup on Labour’s web site. Now I’ve seen everything. But get a load of these horrendours URLs: http://www.labour.org.uk/blog/index.php?id=97&tx_ ttnews[tt_news]=171&tx_ttnews[year]=2006&tx_ttnews [month]=06&tx_ttnews[day]=08&cHash=64db4ea2b0 Call that a permalink? Not very Web 2.0 Alistair…

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Raw notes from WeMedia Global Forum – Dreyfus

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Share this post Richard Dreyfuss, Actor and Activist, spoke on “Media and Civic Discourse” Dreyfus efectively criticised the MSM (mainstream media) for reacting too quickly to events without any thought or substance. “We transmit chapter headings but no chapter. We … Continue reading

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Mashup 2.0

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Share this post Mashup 2.0! Get it? Actually this blog post was created live tonight (hence typos etc) at the second London Mashup event which was all about “‘Personal Publishing, beyond blogging”. First speaker As the main organiser Simon Grice … Continue reading

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Mashup 2.0

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Share this post Mashup 2.0! Get it? Actually this blog post was created live tonight (hence typos etc) at the second London Mashup event which was all about “‘Personal Publishing, beyond blogging”. First speaker As the main organiser Simon Grice … Continue reading

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mbites podcast – Blogging brands in infancy

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Share this post As an addendum to the podcast today about corporate blogging, I interviewed Piers Fawkes (pictured) of the New York-based PSFK web sites, which track trends and brands online. Piers mentioned one new success story: hotels who are … Continue reading

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mbites Podcast – Corporate Blogging – PR guff or PR savvy?

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Share this post The mbites.com podcast this week looked at the relatively new phenomenon (at least in the UK) of corporate blogging: blogs run by firms and organisations both as a communications exercise and as a kind of customer relationship … Continue reading

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