Archive for May, 2010

Twitter Venn

28May10

Martin Bailie at Glue introduced me to this interesting app. It searches for mentions of 2 or 3 words you wish to compare on Twitter. The app then plots the frequency of the words and the overlap between them being mentinoed within the same Tweet. The results appear as both as a Venn Diagram and […]


Over the last few months spammers have started to plague the plannersphere wiki set up by Russell Davies. The wiki is a resource about planning and planners, with contributions and links from planners and recruitment agents. I’ve stepped in to help administer the plannersphere wiki from today, as Russell was finding the level of spam […]


With just a few days between them, the final episode of ABC’s Lost (Season 6) comes just after the final one for the BBC’s Ashes To Ashes. There are several parallells between the two series; the ensemble casts, the twisting plot lines, elements of time travel, a heroine who doesn’t quite end up with the […]


A reminder of the key stats for Facebook, compiled by website-monitoring.com There is also more info and comment at Digital Buzz Blog: HERE There is also an interesting presentation on social media marketing for Facebook on SlideShare from Janice Diner: HERE What Businesses Should Do With Facebook


Google have joined in the 30th Anniverary celebrations for Pac-Man today, with an interactive rich media version of their logo on the UK search engine page. It’s the first time I’ve noticed the Google logo become interactive. The load time is optimised and the game play seems smooth and in keeping with the original feel […]


An interesting article regarding the need for more strategic brainpower within digital agencies; as some digital agencies have moved into the space of rapid campaign implementers, rather than thought leaders or market changers. Readers of The Financial Times will have recently seen a survey by the CMO Council forecasting a slight decline in the need […]


News from NMA about the approval of the proposed IPTV service, called Project Canvas, by the OFT. The proposed IPTV service involves the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five, BT, Talk Talk and Arqiva. Read more: HERE NMA.COM Project Canvas cleared by OFT Wed, 19 May 2010 | By Jessica Davies The Office of Fair Trading […]



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