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The mobile patent wars [2]

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010Where has the puck patent been for mobile?In my last blog I wrote about The Mobile Patent Wars and how it will also impact Mobile Marketing in the near future. It is an accepted view that patents will play a ...

Democracy lock down – but where is that exactly?

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009But its a bit complicated. However I think that communication technologies today are so powerful within a networked context that we are going to witness things we never thought possible - good and bad. In my lifetime I never ever ...

Communities Dominate Brands – prescient

Saturday, August 1st, 2009Tim Harrap in a twitter post mentioned a conversation @ Marketing in Australia that identifies Communities Dominate Brands as being – prescient. We have become linked to what is now commonly called Social Media - thought I still prefer the ...

Communication technology; is political [Iran]

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009Following on from my post from yesterday highlighting Jamias Cascio's Video on why technology is political I picked this up from Boing Boing – Five technologies Iran is using to censor the webWhile the government's initial efforts to censor the ...

The holy grail of public service broadcasting

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008well some people might think so?Thompson described "the plan" as "potentially the holy grail of future public service broadcasting provision in the UK"The plan Stan is thisThe BBC said its proposals to share its online and digital technology would provide ...

Nomadic Generation C in the space of information flows

Friday, April 11th, 2008In our book - we writeThe changing of customers habits and behaviours wrought by technology means the old ways just do not work anymore. The crisis of many businesses is the crisis of meaning. Leadership for brands and businesses will ...

Propaganda, truth and the mass media

Thursday, October 12th, 2006Tired of the propaganda yet? I know I am. Watch the news on TV. CNN, Fox, MSNBC, it doesn?t matter. They?re all broadcasting propaganda. They all have their agenda to fill. I?m tired of reading and hearing how the ...

ITV = A licence to print money. Not anymore

Saturday, July 29th, 2006A leader article from the Guardian on the parlous state of ITV.ITV may well become another example of what happens where ultimately hubris leads organisations. Compare ITV with the BBC or indeed the Guardian, who have maintained high ...

Mysteries of large distributed systems

Thursday, June 15th, 2006One of the great mysteries of large distributed systems - from communities and organisations to brains and ecosystems - is how globally coherent activity can emerge in the absence of centralised authority or controlThis is the ...

More reviews of Communities Dominate Brands

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006In a connected world, communities hold great power, and not just via hyperlink analysis on the Web. The groundbreaking book "Communities Dominate Brands" provides a truly realistic glimpse into the way communities have affected the way we market. Communities ...

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