Archive | October, 2006

A Minute With… video blog

Apologies for the awful colours, but our office is quite dark. Tomorrow and Thursday should see some far more interesting videos appear from the IPRA Summit – including Euan Semple who has already agreed to an interview. The idea is…

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IPRA Summit

Tomorrow and Thursday I’m attending the International Public Relations Association Summit at the Waldorf Hilton in London. The organisers have invited me to attend and blog about the summit. I’m also hoping to do some some short vox pop type…

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Technorati sucks really works

Manoj Ranaweera is the founder of ebdex, a Runcorn (near Manchester) based document exchange start-up. He blogs at Manoj Ranaweera’s Blog and for 73 days Technorati stopped recognising his blog and all attempts at contacting them failed. When Manoj blogged…

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UK’s worst political websites competition

The Bivings Report points to a great story from CNET detailing the worst political campaign sites on the web. Obviously it’s US focused so I thought it would be fun/useful to compile a UK list. Please use the comments for…

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Events list on this blog

I’ve been searching for a Web 2.0 event list application. None of those I’ve looked at really do the job, but I’ve settled on Upcoming.org as the best of a disappointing bunch. It does some of what I want. What…

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The Independent front page on blog dissidents

The Independent is well known for its quirky front pages that cover ‘issues’. Today’s is ‘Martyrs of the web’ about an Amnesty International campaign to free the bloggers jailed for telling the truth about repressive regimes. Technorati tags: Amnesty International,…

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Crayonville offices are open

OK, I’m still not sure about this whole Second Life thing, but the rest of Crayon kinda of makes sense to me. Will be interesting to watch and see what happens. I like the Halloween decorations – guess will also…

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Top 100 UK blogs by Stephen Davies

The industrious Mr Davies has compiled a list of the Top 100 UK blogs – for comment and discussion, rather than as a definitive list. My first thought is what is a UK blog? Commenting on Chris Lake’s blog Stephen…

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CIPR president Tony Bradley on online video

Buried in the middle of a PR Week article about YouTube and online video is a great quote from Chartered Institute of Public Relations president and Bradley O’Mahoney partner Tony Bradley who says: “There must be a strategic reason for…

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CIPR blog workshop

Tonight I’m meeting up with Richard Bailey, Simon Collister and Andrew and Nicky Wake to deliver a workshop entitled Blogs and the New PR: the next big thing or a pain the RSS. We’re using one of the computer labs…

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