It may sound like a cliche these days, but formal offices are really redundant.
Conflict on virtual networks
Sound bites from first Virt3C conference at the University of Hully, 19-20 March 2010
You are not a gadget
Jaron Lanier video on why You are not a Gadget.
Online barter: using friends as free labour
Bartering expertise is a useful way to get your small, home businesses pepped up and marketed. But don’t abuse the quid pro quo.
No, social media is not going away
I’m a change agent and a strategist. I’ve done that for over 20 years. Before that, I worked in finance for multinationals. Now, I (also) research how we’re using social media networks to deliver change. My partial metamorphosis into a researcher was triggered by a need to understand WHY social networks suddenly had become mainstream; […]
Company Blog for SMEs – worth it or waste of time?
Do SMEs need a company blog? Tips for successful, small company blogs
Whom do you trust?
There are some surprising results in the annual Edelman Trust Barometer, a survey of 4,875 interviews of people aged between 25 years to 64 years.
Ringing the changes
I wrote this piece for Wired Temples, the blog run by Malta Media. But I guess it fits in here – because it’s pretty much where my work and research interests currently lie. In December 2007, I wrote a piece about how the Maltese were embracing Facebook, using comments from my online friends as the primer […]
Reading the tea leaves
Will Content always be free? Google is starting to limit free access to news sites. Will other content providers demand the same?
Social media for the masses
I live on a tiny island. In Malta, social networks extend to neighbours and friends of friends and migrant communities in the four corners of the globe. And always, there has been a hunger for technology, learning and shiny electronic devices. So when social media hit the attention bandwidth, people scrambled to Facebook. Over 25% […]
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