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Live blog- Hammersley talk on BBC's social media experiment –

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Share this post Live blog of Ben Hammersley talk at Frontline Club. – excuse typos/errors…. QUESTION (supplied by Graham Holliday and delivered by me) You had 91 twitter folowers, but you ‘follow’ just 2 Yu posted 44 pictures on flickr, … Continue reading

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Brunch Bites 1.0 – A new salon for a new era

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Share this post Brunch Bites 1.0, the first “salon” style event from Bites Media (the new mini-network of digital business blogs: tbites, mediabites, mobbites, musicbites) went very well today. In attendance were a wide variety of people drawn from digital … Continue reading

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The Great Internet Crash of '07

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Share this post Remember back in ’07 when you put your whole life online? One day a man opened too many tabs in Firefox spent too long on Facebook and took the Internet down… Life was never the same again. … Continue reading

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New event: Brunch Bites 1.0

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Share this post Come for brunch with blogger and journalist Mike Butcher, this Wednesday in Soho… EVENT: Brunch Bites 1.0 (BETA) Date: Wednesday, August 1, 2007 Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm Location: The Breakfast Club, Soho 33 D’Arblay Street London Also … Continue reading

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Banning Facebook is like banning loos

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Share this post I am reminded of the days when Web access was banned by employers because employees would spend too much time on it. Now Facebook is getting banned by City firms. I mean you might as well ban … Continue reading

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Online offers smart media owners potential for growth. Fact.

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Share this post Head of digital for the Guardian Media Group Simon Waldman hits back with both barrels today at John Duncan and his assertion in a previous issue of Press Gazette that online teams have ‘conned’ unsuspecting newspaper boards … Continue reading

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Turn Facebook statuses into a twitter feed?

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Share this post Julian Bond at Voidstar has a great post on routing all your and your friend’s Status updates from Facebook to Twitter using Mario Menti’s excellent TwitterFeed service. Now, here’s my question. Is this not completely insane? Keeping … Continue reading

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German hacker turned away from the US

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Share this post I have written about security and terrorism before (in The Guardian). One conference I went to a few years ago in Dublin involved sitting around working out how to hack into WiFi. ‘Black Hat’ security is about … Continue reading

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Facebook is not the Holy Grail

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Share this post Today I’ve been reading Rex Hammock’s Weblog (thanks Voidstar for the link) who writes about how Facebook it’s not really the Holy Grail for either social networking or being the ultimate tool for collaborative working and tracking. … Continue reading

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WordCamp for the UK?

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Share this post It seems to me that something like Wordcamp should be done in the UK. The techies have their BarCamp. Why not something around content? And it doesn’t have to be just about WordPress skills…. (I use Drupal … Continue reading

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