Tag Archives: Jeff Jarvis

I am offline for a week – the first time in five months!

As I go on holiday tomorrow morning, I am about to take my SIM card from my Blackberry and put it in an old mobile phone, shut down my laptop- there’s only internet cafes where I am going – and pack two and … Continue reading

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Are bloggers ready for the competition from the arrival of so many former, print journalists?

Do bloggers realise quite what is about to hit them?  Following wave after wave of redundancies on US and UK  newspapers and a marked shift to web-only or web-dominant on those titles that survive, hundreds of traditional journalists are about to flood the bloggers hallowed … Continue reading

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Jarvis v Rosenbaum – latest on the “death-of-journalism” spat rocking the US

For those of you familiar with Jeff Jarvis’ elegant weekly column in the Guardian or even more erudite blog Buzzmachine,you may already have heard of the spat “between digital news evangelist Jeff Jarvis and veteran print author Ron Rosenbaum” as … Continue reading

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Six steps to get started in social media

I am often asked by my colleagues and people on Tweets how to START in the world of social media, particularly blogging. So here’s my six step plan I would follow (ie sign up for their email alerted postings) blogs by former journalists … Continue reading

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These Digital Times Daily 04/08/08 – online Olympic coverage, Paulo Coelho and centenarians

My views on the most important digital stories of the day in the UK from the web, from the papers, from radio and TV. more about “These Digital Times Daily – 8. 4. 200…“, posted with vodpod . In today’s broadcast, … Continue reading

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From the very beginning

There is a sort of hierarchy as to what I can do in the digital age. I can send a Tweet from my mobile while crossing the road. I need only be sitting at my desk to accept a new … Continue reading

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