Interesting Web Services

When I worked during the dot.com boom I briefly used a great free document management service called FireDrop to manage approvals from press releases to appraisal forms for my team. There has seldom been a web service that has impressed me since, however BaseCamp looks like it might do that. Unlike many web services offerings […]

Loose connected networks

My friend Heather and I were pod (as in cubicle) neighbours at the same agency for 2 1/2 years. The last time we worked together was almost five years ago. However we have managed to keep in touch over the past five years via email on an irregular basis, the occasional phone call and kept […]

Back to ’88: Utah Style Utah, land famous for dry salt lakes, mob financiers and polygamy has appeared in the buzz on the blogosphere following on an email sent to the Interesting People email list. A rave was broken up by camoflaged men who turned out to be the local SWAT team (what a bunch […]

Quality not piracy is the issue

Audience figures at cinemas have dropped in the US and the movie industry is working out what it can do about it. Michael Lyndon, chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment told the New York Times: “Part of this is the fact that the movies may not have lived up to the expectations of the audience, not […]

Interesting Business 2.0 Wireless Report: Mobile Content Goes Mainstream (US media companies wake up to it) live from San Francisco airport

Interesting Business 2.0 Wireless Report: Mobile Content Goes Mainstream (US media companies wake up to it) live from San Francisco airport I found this email newsletter article from Business 2.0 very interesting as a from my Europeam perspective, the ship has already left the pier. For example I promoted Endemol and Channel 4’s Big Brother […]