posted on 27th July 2006 by Laurence

Having spent the last week or so investigating the world of wikis, I’ve noticed a few things which seem a bit silly.

Firstly, the lack of a high quality “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) editor, which allows the user to edit text just like Word, is evident in pretty much … read more »

The new battleground

posted on 17th July 2006 by Jon

As companies begin to understand the power of blogging, some interesting new battle lines are being drawn up. For example, the CEO of the Carphone Warehouse - Charles Dunstone is well known in the industry for his somewhat pioneering blog in which he throws caution to the wind (well, kind of) and … read more »

Early days

posted on 16th July 2006 by Jon

Business blogging is still very much in its infancy as companies look to learn more about the landscape before diving in head first. According to a report released by eMarketer only 5.8 percent of the top Fortune 500 operate blogs.  The report claims that just 1.5 percent of the companies on … read more »

Sorting fact from the fiction

posted on 10th July 2006 by Jon

An interesting article in Sunday’s Observer newspaper looks into the political power now wielded by political bloggers in the UK. Over the pond, agenda setting by blogs is a long accepted practice. It is only now that the UK’s mainstream media has been forced into accepting the now … read more »

Loving Youtube

posted on 6th July 2006 by Laurence

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