ShareAnderson Discusses Wired’s New Social Networking Site (Kind Of) and Then Tries to Defends His Practice of Banning PR People By George Chris Anderson, the editor of Wired, was the keynote speaker at the Media Bistro Circus in New York City yesterday. Anderson was supposed to announce a new social […]
ShareBy Kyle Austin I’m live at the OLPC event in Cambridge today and here are the first pics of the XO Laptop 2.0.
ShareThose of you who follow my blog will know I’m currently into Social Web Analytics. Here’s my last post on the topic. So some interesting news from Summize’s labs, a new semantic analysis tool to give you a snapshot of the feeling in the Twittersphere. Simply go here and enter […]
Share By Kyle Over the last two years in working with the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project I’ve had the opportunity to strategize, choreograph and execute on several major announcements. This week however, was a bit different from the rest. We’ve worked with major corporations as part of this […]
Share I met Ronnie Wood this week. He sat down next to me in a bar and bought me a drink. That ranks him in my book as a very nice chap. And I got a 90 minute window into living life as a globally famous rock star, an insight […]
Share By Ben About a month ago we wrote about a couple in Western Pennsylvania that is suing Google because they claim images of their home available through ‘Google Street View ’ violated their privacy and devalued their property. Well, there are some more interesting Google ‘street view’ stories that […]
ShareBy George There’s another storm in the blogging world – this time about PR firms and press releases. It started months ago with Chris Anderson of Wired publishing the names and email addresses of PR professionals he accused of spamming his inbox. A new front opened recently when Gina Trapani […]
ShareBy Ben Earlier this month, TechCrunch and the Washington Post announced that they were entering a syndication partnership, where the WashingtonPost.com will add TechCrunch stories to the technology section of their site. In a move that seems to help both the WashingtonPost.com and TechCrunch, a third party was not so […]