Archive for November, 2006

Ordering our book from the Library

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006Tim Harrap a regular reader of our blog, got in touch the other day. And that shall be part of a separate post.Tim writes, howeverI found your book via a review in the Financial Times - a great resource ...

Convergence: culture, politics, entertainment and technology

Friday, November 24th, 2006What a post When legal meets marketingI strongly recommend that you have a read of this which reports on Futures of Entertainments Conference at MITLots to digestBut here are a few highlightsAds vs. Customer Experience...

The tagged, described, organised, discovered, linked economy

Friday, November 24th, 2006Every day we collect 10,000 gestures for videos outside Dabble and 10,000 within Dabble. Let's say 5 percent of the videos we are getting every day have some gestures associated with them. [ed's note: each video can have ...

User Generated Content and Web 2.0: Opportunities and threats – a strategic viewpoint for decision makers

Friday, November 24th, 2006Ajit Jaokar is running a course in at Oxford University on 6th DecemberUser Generated Content and Web 2.0: Opportunities and threats - a strategic viewpoint for decision makersAjit has also co-authored a book on mobile/web 2.0. The innovators ...

Opening Pandora’s Box

Monday, November 20th, 2006[caption id="attachment_3150" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Pandora's Box"][/caption]New Media likely to play a crucial role in French poll Financial Times 18 November 2006A furious row that erupted this week over the posting of an unauthorised video of S├ęgolene Royal on ...

Advertising falls out of the bottom of Kids TV

Thursday, November 16th, 2006It doesn't hurt till it bites you in the bum, or when the shit hits the fan it never spreads evenly.Are two sayings that come to mind when reading Kids TV in crisis?As the government bans junk ...

What will organisations look like tomorrow – today?

Wednesday, November 15th, 2006In my presentations I show a slide of a Lego style house, conventional in design and style with a conventional family standing around a conventional picket style fence.Next to that image is a photograph of two famous silent movie stars,[caption ...

Digital immigrants speak a different language to digital natives

Sunday, November 12th, 2006John Naughton electrified last week's Society of Editors conference when in a passionate personal polemic he savaged newspaper coverage of today's youth.There is much here to commend Naughton, the sad thing is he "electrified people." Who is he electrifying? ...

Is British Television at a tipping point?

Sunday, November 12th, 2006Powerful comment from Will Hutton... British TV must be saved for the nationBritish television is at a tipping point. Every night, our screens are filled with programmes that represent two conflicting traditions. On the one hand, we see examples ...

Is British Television at a tipping point?

Sunday, November 12th, 2006Powerful comment from Will Hutton... British TV must be saved for the nationBritish television is at a tipping point. Every night, our screens are filled with programmes that represent two conflicting traditions. On the one hand, we see ...

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