Doc Searl’s has found that podcasting has gone mainstream, at least where car audio shops in the US are concerned.
Having not heard this when it originally aired we listened today in the car and now the whole family is waiting for the next installment. Another great podcast from TPN, highly recommended.
Over the last couple of days I have been trying to subscribe to some of the executive blogs from SAP., but can only seem to find an email subscription. Very sad, I don’t want them in my email I want them in my RSS reader.
TPN has the first radio drama as a podcast Claybourne is a sci-fi/ supernatural thriller/ soap opera radio dramw originally from NZ in the laste 90’s. Already pointed Doppler at it!
Jeremy Wright has posted an enlighting item trying the answer the question, “are people fired for blogging” or “are they fired for poor judgment”. Jeremy’s post was in response to Anil’s recent post on a non-blogger who got fired for blogging. Anil puts lots of things into perspective. It all boils down to one thingContinue reading “Perceptions from the other side”
Frank Arr has posted an interesting email from Tim Holborn with several interesting ideas. Tim states that over the last couple of years he has been involved in the creation of many ideas, but not product. It seems he has also been looking for a role where his skills can be put to use, butContinue reading “Hiring entrepreneurial people”
Over the last 2 weeks I have noticed an interesting trend (I think I can call it a trend but my traffic might not be big enough to count as a statistical trend), the most popular post in my feeds has been this one, where I said I had coffee with Splatt. Now I wonderContinue reading “My feed stats”
Mark Jen, the non infamous ex-Googler who was fired late last month has just been interview by InformationWeek (via Steve Rubel). The interview brings up 5 very good lessons which should form the basis of a blogger’s code of conduct. I find this story interesting for several reasons. Firstly how quickly Mark managed to getContinue reading “More on the Google blogger who got fired”
The power of Pubsub and Technorati should never be underestimated. Steve Rubel was talking at length about this recently in his interview on G’Day World. My find of the day is Tom King’sblog from MacroMedia on eLearning. Tom seems to be a corporate blogger from MacroMedia focusing on eLearning and the application of their toolsContinue reading “Macromedia & eLearning”
This looks very interesting. Great tool for conferences and other ad-hoc meeting places.