Monthly Archives: August 2008

Prince William, go and work for Google!

Columnist Peter Preston asks in today’s Guardian, why Prince William, second in line to the throne, does not: put his degree to good use and built a career – not settled for unveiling plaques and saluting parades. He would have … Continue reading

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What will blogs look like in future?

It is quite clear that there are about to be fundamental changes in what blogs will look like. Or, perhaps a better phrase, what part blogs will play in people’s future digital identity. Blog ReadWriteRead summed up the changes recently … Continue reading

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New website for No 10 Downing Street – but still much to learn from Obama?

Here’s the new website for No 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the UK Prime Minister. My crop does not do it justice, so click through here to see more of it.  What strikes me immediately is how much … Continue reading

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These Digital Times Daily 12/08/08 – Adam Coulter, editor of TTG Business, guests today’s broadcast

more about “These Digital Times Daily 12/08/08 – …“, posted with vodpod Here’s the link to the original story in TTG Business. If you were interested in this broadcast of These Digital Times Daily, have a look at another one.

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Blogging like “karaoke” according to former Orlando Sentinel reporter

Mark I Pinsky, a former reporter on US paper the Orlando Sentinel, analyses why the US newspaper industry is in such parlous states in the Guardian.  There’s also a problem we cannot control. Journalism’s statesmen and academics may differ, but … Continue reading

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These Digital Times achieves 2000 hits in weeks!

This blog, These Digital Times, went over the 2000 hits mark earlier this evening. I had always realised that the majority of my readers are from the US – traffic rises as the day progresses in the US not the … Continue reading

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Baristanet v Ledger Live – Digital v traditional

Ledger Live, the daily broadcast by New Jersey’s Star-Ledger, has delighted all those interested in the survival of traditional media. It has picked up the best habits of citizen journalism – the use of readers videos, for example – and … Continue reading

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