Archive for January, 2008

Blyk expands into new markets

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008Blyk announced today its expansion to the Dutch market.Vodafone will be its carrier.More on Blyk

Engagement Marketing as described in 2003

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008Today, I have been mostly thinking about a workshop for a client and I went back into the SMLXL vaults and pulled out a presentation. If any one wants the charts, please get in touch with me. So here is ...

Gutenberg and the changing nature of how we read and find information

Sunday, January 27th, 2008We take technology as a raw substance and direct our creative energies to harness its capability to do our bidding and it has always been such since made found out how to make fire. We have mentioned Gutenberg from ...

The architecture of the 21st Century organisation

Thursday, January 24th, 2008Recently, I have been working with to a number of companies via our Engagement Marketing WorkshopsWe have worked with large media companies, a large newspaper group and a mobile operator. Not all the in the UK.I was asked the question,...

1968 and all that

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008In my speeches that I give, I often refer to how societies values change as the economy of that society develops.1968 was a big year - the Paris Riots, Berlin, Prague, Chicago, Rome, Mexico City and even London.I ...

Classical Music – that was so yesterday

Sunday, January 20th, 2008Oh no its not - I came across a New Yorker article by the esteemed Alex Ross - who writes a blog The Rest is NoiseAnd he writes about how the blogosphere has helped drive a renewed interest ...

Open Social: Google’s New Social Networking Platform – What Is It And Why It Matters

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008Robin Good - provides insight into networked API'sWhile social networking giants such as MySpace and Facebook have been building huge online communities by utilizing proprietary approaches and protocols, a new group of companies led by Google ...

IBM is hip hip hip

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008Google is often portrayed as the technology hipster, rolling out Web applications almost at whim.But unseen to the public, IBM is rolling out Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs, wikis, mashups and virtual reality technologies to help its ...

Map Making for the Masses

Monday, January 14th, 2008Mapmaking For The MassesWebsites such as Wikimapia and OpenStreetMap are empowering citizens to create a global patchwork of geographic information while Google Earth is encouraging individuals to develop appplications using their own data....

The man who would be President

Monday, January 14th, 2008An in depth look at Barack ObamaBarack famously saidYour issues of unemployment and crime in the community are the same issues the Baptists are having and the African Americans are having. Let's put all the other ...

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