Social Media

10 Personal rules of thumb for behaving on Twitter

  A few personal rules of thumb for behaving on Twitter. 1. Tweet as if your
Innovation

Parcel Motel and business innovation

I was talking to someone before Christmas and Parcel Motel came up. It’s a rather clever
Media

Getting the measure of things. Is Broadsheet turning over €700,000 per year?

  There is a very good and detailed post from David Johnson called The True Value
Innovation

What are we losing with ebooks ?

The ever interesting Nicholas Carr has a interesting series of posts on ebooks that are work
Peopleware

Why it’s hard for engineers to be wrong

I was pointed to this piece on being right doesn’t matter via twitter this morning. It makes
Innovation

Litigation in lieu of innovation : Can you copyright the very lifeblood of the Internet?

The Irish Times made a statement on the furore over copyrighting links online. “We recognise that
Peopleware

The Online People of the Year Awards. Who would you add to this list?

Damien Mulley does an interesting Ones to Watch list every year. I was thinking about this
Media

Where does one start…. David Adams and uninformed Flintknappers

In the Irish Times today (I’ll link despite not being prepared to pay the LinkToll) David
Media

The self-immolation of Irish Newspapers

It’s no secret that the Newspaper industry is not in the most robust of health. The
Social Media

Life and Death and Twitter

It seems a slightly morbid tone for the start of the year. Last night  Tom Doorley tweeted