Category Archives: web2.0

Music Blog Zeitgeist of 2008

Music Blog Zeitgeist of 2008 / The Hype Machine: "Forget the magazine editors & big label marketing budgets. This is the best music from 2008 chosen by the most passionate music fans alive: music bloggers." Hmmm … what’s this? a … Continue reading

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An incredibly cynical take on 10 strategic blogging tactics

Digital Strategy-: Mark Pollard calls out AdSpace Pioneers and “exposes the cunning strategies of mastermind social play-maker, Julian Cole. Yes, the blonde-quaffed man who ‘innocently’ blogs here every day. The thing is, after watching Mr Cole from afar, I quickly … Continue reading

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What and who is the change we need? : Remarkk!: “Many of us are watching with rapt attention what’s going on in the transition to an Obama administration in the United States. I’ve been amazed at how the technologies of … Continue reading

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Gen-We Video: Generation We “Millennials” were born between 1978 and 2000 and are now emerging as a social, political and philosophical force. The Future Majority wants to change the political process, they want to restore the environment, they want a … Continue reading

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Status: I’m ok, you’re ok

Gary is ok. You’re ok. The channel is open. Ok. Time to play with our cats. How social networks work: the puzzle of exhaust data: Grant McCracken writes “Who on earth cares? What kind of communication is this? Can it … Continue reading

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Googling is Good for the Brain

News for a Synergic Earth: “For middle aged and older people at least, using the internet helps boost brain power, research suggests. A University of California Los Angeles team found searching the web stimulates centres in the brain that control … Continue reading

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