Just 10 days into 2014, I’ve received at least three emails from companies announcing they’ve launched new websites. There must be something about a new year that sees us dusting off our old image and starting afresh, brimming with resolutions, and it’s no less a trend in the corporate world. As someone involved in website […]
So, where’s it going?
If you want to experience convergence, go on live radio and wait for the Facebook chatterers to engage.
What you post online is permanent
If someone talks to you about privacy and Internet safety and you know something about the web, you’re probably just bound to yawn. In Malta, where I happen to live right now, there is a sudden awareness that what you share online, and particularly on Facebook, is ‘not your living room’, but public property. Over […]
The Web is just 5,000 days old
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that what we now take for granted is very young. Here, Kevin Kelly outlines his vision for Web 3.0 and other things wonderful. Kevin’s blog is always a source of inspiration. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J132shgIiuY&hl=en&fs=1]
Getting to grips with Twitter
I signed up to Twitter ages ago. Like many people, I dipped my toes into the medium, read that Seth Godin did not use it, and ‘politely’ ignored it. I had a major rethink about social media since we started working in earnest on our new ‘Tribes’ project. And the penny dropped. Twitter is really […]