Monthly Archives: January 2007

Vista launches

Who’s the hairy geek about 2 minutes in on the BBC report, though? And welcome to anyone who heard me on PM on Radio 4 this evening – please note that comments are moderated on this blog, but I’ll get … Continue reading

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Time for digital literacy

[Also available on the BBC News website] A senior manager at lottery operator Camelot has discovered that adopting different online identities is not as straightforward as it might appear, and it seems to have cost her her job. The contract … Continue reading

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Learning from the locals

[As ever, you can read this on the BBC News website, and it was also picked up by Charles Johnson on lgf] The students in my online journalism class at City University this year must be wondering whether they have … Continue reading

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Oxford Media Convention

Oxford Media Convention Originally uploaded by BillT. Still working hard…

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Oxford Media Convention

Oxford Media Convention Originally uploaded by BillT. In the session discussing news online, and The Guardian’s Jemima Kiss is working hard at the front of the room for Organ Grinder

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Oxford Media Convention

Ed Richards has just finished talking at the Oxford Media Convention and is taking some questions – including the obvious one from a Daily Telegraph journalist, which he will almost certainly kick into touch. It was, as always with the … Continue reading

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The fragile network

[As ever, you can also read this on the BBC News website. (28/1/07 – it was also picked up by CircleID] One of the more persistent founding myths around the internet is that it was designed to be able to … Continue reading

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A new you?

[As ever you can read this on the BBC News website] A business user who forgot the password for their account on the corporate network would probably get a withering look from the IT department as they grovelled to have … Continue reading

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Digital Planet on net governance and Vista

This week’s DP is a discussion about Microsoft Vista which segues smoothly into consideration of net regulation and governance. Gareth and I were joined by Kieren McCarthy, Hossein Derakhshan and John Palfrey – yes, all men, and it’s an issue … Continue reading

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