Friday, July 6. 2007
There is a Friend born every minute...............
Forrester does not apparently like the term User in matters Social Networking or User Generated, and prefer the term "customer", or even "friend" We quite agree with the user bit, but demur re Friends...the correct term of course is "sucker" As in:
Tracked: Jul 25, 20:49
Building your own Social Network
Why would anyone do this, I hear you ask? Well, take one look at the IP rules in Facebook, not to mention its "black hole" messaging properties and you begin to see why. There are two useful articles on TechCrunch on the various options available today
Tracked: Aug 15, 11:04
Now Danah Boyd's also said it.......
...maybe the kids will take notice. Danah Boyd called it about right on Facebook. She raises the same issues we have been raising over the last few months. I am utterly confused by the ways in which the tech industry fetishizes Facebook. There's no dou
Tracked: Sep 06, 22:16
A short update note on You-Know-Who.....
Yesterday furious debate was joined on that Ad platform, and in essence we think that Facebook are currently trying to be too supply sided on their interpretation of social net advertising (missing the cluetrain), and that - in our view anyway - social ne
Tracked: Nov 08, 17:39
Much ado about very little - Lessons in building a Facebook Page
As we consult in the area of new media we felt it would be useful to at least have gone through the process of setting up a Facebook Page (not a Profile, a Page - for a Business). We decided to set up our Blog (Broadstuff) rather than the company (Bro
Tracked: Nov 13, 10:53
So...we've been kicked out of Facebook too.
Tracked: Nov 19, 16:45
PR - in the wild or at a crossroads?
Went to an interesting NMK event last night - PR in the Wild - to hear 3 people I respect speak - Sarah Ogden and Will McInness of the Brighton Mafia (Midnight Comms and NixonMcInness respectively), and Drew Benzie whose blog I follow. Topic was the chang
Tracked: Nov 21, 10:55
Facebook is the front for a NeoCon Libertarian Agenda?
A fascinating article in the Guardian today, essentially accusing Facebook of being a front for a US NeoCon / Libertarian political agenda. Some beautiful quotes: Clearly, Facebook is another uber-capitalist experiment: can you make money out of friend
Tracked: Jan 14, 10:23
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