Posts Tagged: Blogs
A few days ago I upgraded davidhughes.org to the newly released, and latest version of WordPress: 2.7. When I saw the first shots of the new dashboard and IA for WordPress 2.7 I was concerned that the changes were too great and perhaps not being done for the right reasons: change for changes sake. But Continue Reading
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
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
A very quick post to “pimp” a great new blog a friend of mine has just started called Scribble The Nibbles. My food fiend friend combines a passion for food with a lovely turn of phrase. Well worth reading or adding to your RSS reader.
This isn’t one of those “sorry for not blogging for a while, I’ll be back soon” posts but it is a distant relative. I rather think that I must be coming down with a case of writers block; I just don’t seem to have anything I feel the need to write about at the moment. Continue Reading
I’ll preface this post by saying I should probably tag it with “ego” and “ego-centric” but hey… Over the last couple of weeks I’ve had some really nice feedback on davidhughes.org, all of which has meant a lot to me. First, I had a lovely compliment on my writing. Then, a compliment of my use Continue Reading