During our bus-ride to the World Blogging Forum I asked Seesmic-founder Loic Le Meur a couple of questions about his companies and about the future of Twitter. Enjoy the latest datadirt video-podcast!
Archive for month: November, 2009
What about all this social media hype? Journalism students from the university of Utrecht are trying to find out – they send a questionnaire to various social media experts. Finding answers wasn’t too easy by the way.
Matthias Lüfkens, Social Media Officer with the World Economic Forum in Davos, uploaded the first of his Bucharest-clips.
Twitter is promising advertising we will love – until the team fires up their own commercial engines, I’m loving ad.ly – they recently launched their referral program. Join the ride now: even if you’re not in it for the money, there’s other good reasons for signing up.
Wired Italy believes that the fundamental changes triggered by the internet deserve a prize – the next Peace Nobel prize, to be precise. The campaign internet for peace started today – please help us spread the word!
This is all about the paper: three book recommendations coming up, as I’ve recently finished reading The Whuffie Factor, Inherent Vice and This is why you’re fat.
My up-shot of the second day of World Blogging Forum 2009 – including a lot of personal opinion plus a couple of pics and videos.
Mish has got some pictures of a totally different kind of Chinese real estate crash. And a pretty non-metaphorical one it is.
Some photos I took during at the World Blogging Forum 2009 in Bucharest.
The main topics of day one were political activism, citizen journalism and civil society – the sessions were extremely intense and enthralling – here’s a short summary of the keynotes.
Ladies and Gentlement, the World Blogging Forum 2009 has just started!
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