DAB – its demise has been exaggerated

Reading Time: 4 minutes Fellow ex-Yahoo Fru Hazlett started it off when she re-focused GCap and reduced the amount of programming away from digital radio (this is is known in the UK as DAB after the acronym for the European digital radio standard ‘Digital Audio Broadcasting’), soon even that bastion of reliable commentary on media industry affairs The GQ … Read moreDAB – its demise has been exaggerated

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Reading Time: < 1 minute Piper Jaffray Article Archive – probably some of the most useful and insightful research by an investment bank Normal Room – home for global homes, wonderful lifestyles and fabulous interior design – Home – for interior design junkies FFFFOUND! – community for inspiration 7 Food Hacks to Stay Alert Without Caffeine | Zen Habits Spinning … Read moreLinks of the day

Facebook Fatigue

Reading Time: 2 minutes In early January I talked about the future decline of Facebook. Since that posting about a month and a half ago I am already seeing signs of Facebook fatigue amongst my friends. Ok, this isn’t a quantitate evidence, but I think that its the first brushstrokes in painting a larger picture of Facebook’s decline. From … Read moreFacebook Fatigue

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Reading Time: < 1 minute British ISPs to Delve into Behavioral Ads, Too – deal by Phorm, these guys seem to have stepped up a gear. Prospective acquisition material by AOLGoogleIACMicrosoftNewsCorpYahoo? middledigit.net | jonathan hopkins » Missed opportunity for Marmite campaign? – Interesting analysis of Marmite Real-time Twitter Search – Tweet Scan – Real-time search on twitter delicious Blocks Search … Read moreLinks of the day