Life-changing events

I can vividly remember where I was and what I was doing when the airliners hit the world trade centre. It was a definite moment. Different generations had the same experience when England won the world cup, when president Kennedy was shot or when the Berlin wall fell. Contrast this when the initial reports of […]

Steve’s back

SFGate.com has had official confirmation that Steve has returned. The official Apple statement: Steve is back to work. He’s currently at Apple a few days a week and working from home the remaining days. We are very glad to have him back.

Blogging versus lifestreaming

A few years ago blogging was king and yet now some of the leading bloggers such as Steve Rubel and Robert Scoble have moved to lifestreaming. Simply put lifestreaming is the online equivalent of Ginsberg’s stream of consciousness or being the star of your very own Truman Show. Many former bloggers think that lifestreaming is […]

Links of the day

The Socialisation of Media / we are social The moral of this article is that there is a social network for just about every demographic – Where to Network with White Supremacists The Digital Generation Project | Edutopia Conversationage : Are newspapers dying? Only if they don’t innovate. – David Ko marshals some interesting data […]

iPhone 3GS: no longer O2 exclusive?

Interesting page over on the expansys site which I grabbed just now. They are selling what they describe as an Apple iPhone 3G S (EU, Black 32GB) which is: supplied network-unlocked, i.e. you can use this device with a SIM card from any UK or European GSM network (e.g. Vodafone, T-Mobile, O2, etc.).  It is […]