Month: March 2009

I have been busy this last week preparing and then running a social media workshop with a new client Basically, my team and I assessed the client’s current status quo and then held a workshop to ask why it was doing what it was doing I am now...

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With the recent and growing decline of traditional newspapers there are several theories being touted around that could be attributed to the sudden drop in circulation and audience figures It’s true that the media has become accustom to reporting...

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Following the story that Twitter was first to report the plane crash in the Hudson River story Tech Crunch has reported that Sky News has created a new job Its new Twitter Correspondent has been hired to ensure the Sky Network is on top of the...

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I read an article in this morning’s Telegraph about criminals now sourcing and then stealing CV details and then applying for jobs under other people’s names to engage in fraudulent activity I have often thought about what is safe to put online...

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I am sure you have all heard the latest that YouTube is to remove all of the music video content due to an argument over royalties A statement from PRS For Music (the body which YouTube is arguing with) stated: "PRS for Music is outraged on behalf...

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One of my favourite journalist bloggers Sally Whittle has tagged Jed, Louise and I She has challenged us to share our top 25 tracks for a Friday afternoon Now I have to say I found this really difficult as there is so much good music out there and...

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