Monthly Archives: August 2010

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Ten web services I can’t do without

I started to think about the impact that connectivity makes in our daily lives, after one of my colleagues was worried about getting mobile broadband connectivity on a trip to.

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Facebook places: in their own words

Facebook have released a video to explain the hows and wherefores of their new location-based service addition to the social network Godzilla. You could argue about whether this is sharing.

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UK Aviation –Turbulent Times

Since the coalition government’s decision to rule out further expansion at Heathrow, Stansted or Gatwick, the often controversial subject of aviation seems to have taken a back seat on the.

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Social media and Dave Packard

At the end of June I referenced Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard as forward-thinking managers when they founded HP. My thoughts turned to HP’s founders again when I caught up.

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Jargon Watch: Asymmetric journalism

The Giga Om blog credits the phrase to the New York Times’ David Carr as a way of describing the relationship between Wikileaks and the mainstream media partners involved in.

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Ten media I pay for

Information wants to be free has been the rallying cry of the greatest thinkers from the online world. It actually comes from a keynote speech that Stewart Brand gave in.

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