For me this new job description signals two important developments: first, the...– Comment on http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/hiring_a_community_manager.php
The problem is that trackbacks are not necessarily connected to profiles on...– My thoughts on http://bhc3.wordpress.com/2008/07/18/wanted-trackbacks-to-friendfeed-entries/#comment-1385
Marcus Foth | Handbook of Research on Urban... →
Cityware, Codespaces, hubs and WikiCities. Wow.
Nielsen Report: "Critical Mass. The Worldwide... →
Italy & UK are Europe’s leaders in mobile web penetration.
I'm now reading a story on microblogs --... →
“Twitter, based in San Francisco, won’t disclose the number of users but says it has grown sixfold in the past 12 months.” The Chicago Tribune on microblogging.
wikirage: What's hot now on wikipedia →
Interview with William Gibson (Berliner Zeitung) →
William Gibson says that cyberspace has become reality. It’s no longer out there but has become something that’s keeping society together.
Friday Fact Box - Online Retail | GottaQuirk →
“85% - the percent of the world wide online population making purchases online” according to Nielsen
“Die “taz” funktioniert im Print, ich kann mir auch vorstellen, wie sie komplett online funktionieren könnte,” sagt der Onlinechef der taz.
Whimsley: My New Book: Explosion!TM →
Tom Slee is writing a book on the “idea singularity” and is asking his readers to contribute. Nice move. Maybe I should try the same with my next essay / book?
A who what search engine for twitter stars. Not sure what it is good for, but it looks interesting
Future of Journalism: Blogging, twittering and... →
Panel discussing twitter as future journalism. I agree though I would not prefer to be called journalist ;-)
Death of the Personal Homepage →
The homepage as such is dead. All sorts of things can happen between a and a
BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » The link economy v.... →
We are moving from an economy of content to an economy of links. Links are becoming the new currency and content is the cost.
taz.de - Wir Kinder der 68er: Die unmögliche... →
Klischees satt in diesem Artikel, ganz zu schweigen von dem grauenhaften stock image. Die taz baut ab,
Burda reporting a sales growth of 5,3% →
Digital media especially strong: +16,3%
Doc Searls Weblog · What you frame is what you get →
Transport medium or a space? The way people think about the web decides the way they are trying to regulate it
Google easily extending dominance to mobile search... →
Thanks to the iPhone, Google dominates the mobile search market - it is preset as default search engine.
Social Media Spam and the Death of Twitter →
Jennifer Mattern about Twitter’s spammy future. Actually, I don’t think spam will be a huge problem on Twitter. It’s all a matter of who you’re following.
Study: 82 Percent of Consumers Accept In-Game Ads... →
Are gamers a seismograph for a more general change of attitude towards digital advertising?
DrinkFeed - What are you drinking on twitter? →
Quantcast - Traffic Estimate Enhancements →
Quantcast are currently working on improving their mass inference-enhanced traffic estimates
The Internet FAQ from 2085 →
“When did the internet end?”
Nielsen Online →
Newspaper Advertising Takes Big Fall - NYTimes.com →
Newspaper ad sales are down 14% in the first quarter 2008. Real estate and recruitment even fell 35% - how long will it take until they are completely lost to the internet?
How To Deal With Analysts: #19 White Papers |... →
There are four kinds of Commissioned White Papers: The Puff Piece, The Thought Leadership Piece, The Thought Leadership Piece with Product/Service, Case Studies/Best Practice
A day in brands →
How common are brand journals/logs in market research?
McLuhan neu lesen →
Introduction from a new book on McLuhan and digital media.
Reader "Die Bildmedien der Kunstgeschichte".... →
Brandthroposophy » Blog Archive » Applying... →
Robert Kozinets’ account of the Netnography08 conference in Munich, “the very first conference dedicated entirely and exclusively to netnography as a practical marketing research method”.