Reading Time: 2 minutes Katie Price aka Jordan and her husband, former pop star Peter Andre released an album A Whole New World late last year to cash in on their celebrity status. UK music journalists panned the album as mawkish, citizen reviewers on Amazon UK took a more pragmatic approach. Heaping their copy with ironic over-the-top praise and … Read moreIrony bombing
Reading Time: 2 minutes This meme first came to my attention on Drew Benvie’s blog, he has a good summary on some people’s answers there. My suggestions: Blogger – yes it is tempramental and the spell-checker is dyslexic, it is virtually unusable with Safari, but its what I have been using to blog for the past two years and … Read moreMemeWatch: Five social media tools bloggers can’t do without
Reading Time: 1 minute I noticed that my blog feeds had been scanned by a site called Linkie Winkie, I went over to the home page which hinted at some social webby thing going on but didn’t spell anything out. Answers in the comments section below please.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Drew B has linked to me in a blogtastic game of tick called four things. In this people who have been linked to name a number of different items in groups of four and then link to four other blogs that they know of that could continue this one.In typical Wired reader style, this concept … Read moreFour Things
Reading Time: 1 minute There are arguments for-and-against Chris Anderson’s concept of the long tail and discussions have gone back-and-forth on some of the data points that he has used. Its one of them ideas that will be trotted out as a cliche, so that strategic thinkers in a business and, or its consultants can avoid having to think … Read moreThe Long Tail