Monthly Archives: June 2009

Seth Grimes on the semantic web – but is B2B media ready to benefit?

Seth Grimes, an analyst specialising in business intelligence and text analysis, gave a fascinating presentation – “an introduction to the semantic web and text-mining” – last week in London. I will try and give you a flavour of his presentation … Continue reading

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These Digital Times is one year old today!

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Guest post: what do traditional print and broadcast media have to learn from the music industry?

I attended Music Week’s ‘Making online music pay’ conference last week (run by colleagues from UBM) and got into conversation with Mark Muggeridge. He argued that some of the lessons learnt by the music business might apply to the some … Continue reading

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Why it matters that I successfully bagged my Facebook username

It’s 4.58 am this morning in the UK and the alarm kicks off. I’ve set it to bag my Facebook username. What this means is that whenever I direct people to Facebook, I will no longer send them to a … Continue reading

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The Knowledge-time Continuum

When I kicked off this blog almost a year ago, I found it really easy to think of topics about which to write. I was new to social media and what I discovered, I wrote about, as I learnt, I explained … Continue reading

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Have I become an Instant Message junky?

I can scarcely hold myself back. If I see someone online, I just have to start Instant Messaging them. For someone who never clicked on that “chat” icon in his life before, I now find it my latest addiction on … Continue reading

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