Ahh, Tuesday night brings the weekly newsletter from Workforce Management. This week a couple of interesting things to report, you might need to subscribe to view them. Firstly a survey for HR professionals looking at who within HR is involved in blogs, 70% (when I took the survey) said they did NOT participate nor readContinue reading “Employers & Blogs”
Michael Hyatt from Working Smart has published the revised version of his companies blogging guidelines. While less legal than the first version I still think it gets the point across. He is looking for comments and feedback, if you have any let him know.
Will pointed out a comment from Senator Andrew Barlett on his blog around the recent proposed changes where bloggers will need to provide the names and address details on election related blogs. In fact it seems the Senator Barlett not only reads blogs he has one himself and provides a lengthy review of the issues.Continue reading “Senator Andrew Bartlett weighs in”
Steve Rubel has posted about a new online ego tool, called Preople. I had a play with it this morning and it is nice to know that there are only 9773 names above me and 27914 below. At least I am on the right side :-), now my ego feels better and I can faceContinue reading “Online ego tool”
My wife found the Bloggies being written about by ABC News Online, good to see the mainstream press catching on.
Just loaded up a number of photos that I took yesterday at the Melbourne Grand Prix practice day. I have also been playing with the banner on the side of the blog, now my Flickr images appear in a random order, I will see how it goes.
Doc Searl’s has found that podcasting has gone mainstream, at least where car audio shops in the US are concerned.
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”
Mick and Cam have launched their newest venture, The Podcast Network! So far they have 3 shows online, GDay World, The Gadget Show and The Mobiles Show. Good luck to them. I will be very interested to watch how this progresses as such a network of shows could be also used as a foundation forContinue reading “The podcast network is live”
The guys over at GDay World have been a couple of busy little marsupials over the last few weeks, with all sorts of stuff happening. Cameron is off to Demo@15 in Feburary to do several interviews, as such they have decided to auction sponsorship of their podcast during the event. Not surprising given they justContinue reading “Podcast for auction”