Monthly Archives: August 2007

Time for a bloggervention

And I don’t mean blog-convention. Because what came out of the most recent one – the idea of a blogger’s union – is first of all hilarious as a joke but sheer idiocy as a concept. In case you hadn’t … Continue reading

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Abort the pool feed – there’s a new pool in town

Do you want to know what it’s like to be at a press conference nowadays? Have a gander at Robert Scoble’s point of view. It’s no longer about a company waiting for rapt attention or PR vying for control. It’s … Continue reading

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No ‘blue shirt group’ for me

I like blue shirts. I like them a lot. In fact, I have a closet full of them in many hues, tones and subsets. Some are plain, some are striped and the striped ones are further subdivided into vertical/horizontal and … Continue reading

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And we all shrine on…

Have you ever noticed how iPod docking stations make it look like a shrine? Don’t get me wrong, it’s a breakthrough device. I just don’t feel the calling to worship at the altar of the iCon.

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