Archive For June 2008

Fuel for Thought

I wrote about the FUEL Conference earlier and what a success I believe it to have been; but I didn’t go into my thoughts following the event. It strikes me that company culture is a key factor in a successful social and community strategy. The companies that are doing well and really engaging with their Read the article…

Fuel Conference – the event

I was intrigued by Carsonified’s latest conference FUEL when it was announced as it seemed to span personal and professional interests – looking at both the power of community and the power of cloud computing and how companies can use both to fuel their business. FUEL took place last Friday and was one of the Read the article…

Yes We’ve Got a Video

I met up with my new chum Paul Fabretti whilst I was at FUEL last week. He’d been to the launch of the Flip Video camera the night before and it took little encouragement for Paul to whip it out and show me his. Matron… Sadly, this involved Paul then filming me with said camera Read the article…

Tweeting About Twitter

Many of you that know me, know that I am moderately addicted to Twitter; an addiction many of you also profess not to understand as you don’t “get” Twitter*. So what is Twitter and why do I like it? Twitter is a micro-blogging tool – Tweets are limited to 140 characters It’s a communication method Read the article…

iPhone 2.0 Wishlist

I don’t think that I have ever seen such a wealth of  believable rumours for a new product, as those for the alleged 3G iPhone that are flooding the interwebs as we speak. If Steve Jobs doesn’t announce a 3G iPhone  at WWDC on June 9 I and many others will be jolly surprised. You Read the article…