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What MySpace means to Murdoch's space

2006

It will come as news to few that MySpace is the social media phenomenon du jour . Picked up by News Corp for $580m, 90m members, and that oh-so juicy teen demographic to market to when no-one...

Videoblogging star makes acrimonious exit from show

2006

The nearest thing the videoblogging arena has to a superstar has quit her show in a move that leaves its future uncertain. Amanda Congdon has cut a dash at the anchor desk of Rocketboom, helping...

The 12 reasons why UK businesses don't blog

2006

How many companies in the UK are blogging? Not many, it seems, according to a list compiled by Suw Charman . Not many at all. The list isn’t fully comprehensive, but it highlights the dearth of...

Blogging almost going mainstream?

2006

If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you’ll probably feel that it’s old hat. The principle is simple – you talk about something that you’re interested and/or passionate about, and...

YouTube and NBC jump into bed together

2006

YouTube has settled a six-month dispute with NBC, after the TV network decided to relax and climb into bed with the video-sharing behemoth. The turnaround is unbelievable, and a huge positive for...

Ajax driven London Tubes route finder

2006

David Tran has launched an Ajax driven route finder widget for London tubes, with Rails driving the backend. And it works pretty much as it says on the tin too!

IAB's new research initiative misses the point

2006

The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) has launched its latest initiative to understand more about the online behaviour, in a bid to provide advertisers with “a holistic understanding of what, where...

Web 2.0 is changing the content battlefield

2006

It used to be that there was this top down content pyramid in operation (operated by traditional media and the big online players), where the quantity and quality of news / content was controlled...

Web 2.0 startups in the UK – questions to consider

2006

There’s a pretty great post on Particletree about the kind of questions VCs ask when you’re doing a startup, so I thought I’d highlight them here as there seems to be a profound lack of 'noisy'...

Web 2.0 and customer relationships

2006

Web 2.0 isn’t all about rounded corners and social software – there are real benefits to leveraging the Web 2.0 philosophy and technologies in business, but the key is selecting the right entry...

Netscape is reborn, now resembles Digg

2006

Netscape is back, only this time it looks a lot like Digg.com, the social news aggregator that allows readers to submit and vote on news stories. The more votes, the more likely a story appears at...

Are all AJAX homepages doomed?

2006

Dozens of personalised homepages (aka "AJAX homepages") have emerged over the past 18 months as developers started to programme lovely drag and drop interfaces, allowing users to customise the...

PR bloggers stand up and be counted

2006

My eyebrow raised this week when I read PR Week editor Danny Rogers' assertion in MediaGuardian: "There's a real lack of good PR blogs in the UK at the moment." "Shurely shome mishtake," I...

eBay 2.0 to introduce user blogs, wiki and tags

2006

eBay is launching new community tools and features to help sellers better market their products, according to a report on AuctionBytes. In particular, the online auction behemoth is adopting...

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