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  • Blog Post: Social networking, UK winners and losers 2009

    In the UK Daily Telegraph last week (Thursday 8th August) Stephen Adams and Rupert Neate wrote about social networking changes. Of this British research from Ofcom, the communications regulator, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are clear winners. Twitter grew 1679%, Facebook 73% and LinkedIn 69%. ...
  • Blog Post: Avril Henry – What will you remembered for from the Global Financial Crisis?

    Great article in the Sydney Morning Herald this morning by Avril Henry . Essentially it played to my recent management studies - her general comments were that as companies become cost focused, the impact of people is felt as they trend towards 1950’s style direct management. Command and control, and...
  • Blog Post: Is Twitter significant?

    If you read James Gardner’s post about Twitter then you might come to the conclusion that Twitter is of little use for banks to be concerned about because it only touches 0.5% of its user base. My friend, Roger Lawrence , makes a fine point that many people thought mobile phones would never take off...
  • Blog Post: ExecTweets and Vine

    A couple of pretty cool social tools appeared in beta recently…. ExecTweets is a new Twitter -powered site (sponsored by Microsoft) that provides an information-rich and curated view of well-known executives grouped by fields of expertise. The site makes it easy to quickly vote up specific tweets as...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Opens Up

    25 ways now of adding web activities to Windows Live. The biggest being facebook! Now, the task will be to work out how to void duplication.
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