There has been a drought of interesting things in my RSS feeds recently, the majority of content seems to tirelessly (and boringly) focus on “blah blah is dying or dead” or “blah blah is going to change the world”. The good news is that today I came across some interesting items I thought I would […]
Entries Tagged as 'web 2.0'
November 7th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized
You know sometimes we take the web for granted. I often remind people about the days when the only way to get company information was to: Ring the company’s customer services department (real people in those days) and ask them to send out a brochure – which could take a few weeks Climb into the […]
October 24th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized
You know it never ceases to amaze me the attention deficit that infects the world of Web 2.0. In 2003-2004 blogging was going to kill journalism and destroy traditional media because here was a way to publish information fast – and more importantly anyone with access to an Internet connection could publish their thoughts and […]
Social networks for PR and media, online video, future of news, blog product reviews and web 2.0.. what’s that all about?
October 22nd, 2008 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized
Rex Riepe was in touch about the launch of a new social network for PR people and journalists called IvyLee. From the site: IvyLees seeks to revolutionize the way PR professionals and journalists interact. The site provides a tool-based social network at no cost, an exciting alternative to traditional media tools. Members can distribute and […]