Archive for June, 2008

Engaged Politics in the networked society

Monday, June 30th, 2008On Friday, citizen reporters, "broadcasting jockeys", members of Internet communities and bloggers gathered at the OhmyNews' fourth International Citizens Reporters' Forum held in Nurtikum Business Tower in Seoul. Under the theme "Candlelight 2008," they discussed how the candlelight vigils are ...

The miracle of Hudson Street

Friday, June 27th, 2008A piece of elegiac and beautiful writing from Malcolm Gladwell - though there is a point to its inclusion on CDB the title is called Designs for WorkingIn the early nineteen-sixties, Jane Jacobs lived on Hudson ...

Ogilvy says: From Interruption to Engagement

Thursday, June 26th, 2008All Companies must learn to move from interruption to inviting participation. For all marketing initiatives, this no longer means communicating by interruption, but by engagementIs what was written in CDB, waaaaaaay back in 2005 and in fact it was something ...

Social Advertising Intelligence

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008The Social Marketing Intelligence company ? Xtract has just released a paper on Social Advertising IntelligenceThere are many people, companies, striving to make sense of the networked world from a commercial perspective - this started ...

Xtract at Millenium Prize Finalist Symposium

Thursday, June 12th, 2008The Millenium Symposium is an event that takes place in Finland and in fact brings many people together far and wide. For example The Chief Editor and Publisher, Jason Pontin of MIT Technology ReviewThe ...

Social Media Will Change Your Business – Engagement by any other name

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008Tomi and I did not use the word Social Media in CDB, but we did describe a phenomenon that we called the 4C'sCommerce Culture Community ConnectivityThe once separate provinces of innovation, technology, economic activity, culture and communities are pulling together and converging into ...

Polyclinics are not communities

Monday, June 9th, 2008In the UK at the moment the Government (Civil Service) is moving to roll out a plan to remove our local GP surgeries - GP stands for General practitionerFor what is described as Polyclinics. We blogged abut it ...

Socially Minded Cambridge

Sunday, June 8th, 2008 Alan moore, speaking at first meet of the socially minded group in Cambridge.

All the rest is Spam, spam, spam, spam

Thursday, June 5th, 2008Sitting here at JFK this caught my eye All the rest is spam by my friend DC @ Fasterfuture blogspotDavid mentions a Scott Karp post Why Traditional Advertising Formats Fail On The WebHe should have said ...

All the rest is Spam, spam, spam, spam

Thursday, June 5th, 2008Sitting here at JFK this caught my eye All the rest is spam by my friend DC @ Fasterfuture blogspotDavid mentions a Scott Karp post Why Traditional Advertising Formats Fail On The Web... when people go ...

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