Archive For October 2008


My friend Simon Collison recently shared the wonderful eulogy he wrote about his Father who passed away earlier this year. Inspired by this I thought I’d share with you the short passage I wrote for my Nana’s funeral last year. Most of it will mean little to you as it was of course quite personal, Continue Reading

Is Blogging Dead?

There’s been a lot of chatter on Twitter and blogs about Paul Boutin’s Wired article Twitter, Flickr, Facebook Make Blogs Look So 2004  over the last day or so, but I was most interested in Rory Cellan-Jones’ response Is blogging dead? on the BBC website. Rory clearly believes that blogging is not yet dead and Continue Reading

Social Media Marketing

Thanks to the generosity of my chum Paul Fabretti (@paulfabretti) I was able to attend KMP‘s Social Media Marketing seminar earlier this week. There were four talks providing a great introduction to social media and suggestions for ways that businesses can join the conversation. Dave Kinsella (@techn0tic) started the day with a good introduction to Continue Reading