- "Hidden Costs" of Watching TV Online?
BBC swipe at The Torygraph, containing this gem: "Content providers, if they find their content being specifically squeezed, shaped, or capped, could start to indicate on their sites which ISPs their content worked best on (and which to avoid). I hope it doesn’t come to this."
- Forget Everything You've Learnt About Project Delivery, Part 8: Benefits Measurement
- The Secret to Successful Project Teams
Couple of good pieces from CIO; first is part of a very useful series.
- Searches for 'tibet' quadruple
- Court Backs Craigslist in Discrimination Brouhaha
Big implications. possibly. They can carry discriminatory housing ads ("no blacks, irish, dogs"). Odd when that's where all classifieds are moving to.
- No 10 Twitters and Flickrs into life
- New Foreign Office website
Which Emma doesn't want my thoughts about ...
- Power of Information: New taskforce and speech
- Military Report: Secretly 'Recruit or Hire Bloggers'
- Election breaches in Zimbabwe
Tom Watson picked up on another Google maps link-up, as happened in Kenya. Here's more about how Zimbabweans are using blogs to get around media censorship.
- Obama's YouTube Speech Tops TV Ratings
That's 24hr news shows.
- The online fall-out of the Daily Express apology to Madeleine McCann's family
Martin Belam spots a lot of hangovers from the apology on the Express' crap website.
- The Daily Express is back on the McCann case
- What if Hillary Clinton gave a speech about gender? (And why she won't.)
- Galloway's Iranian propaganda?
Peter Tatchell on CIF. The comments on this were crazy.
- Reader and ARIA: A new way to read
That's Google Reader and a Screenreader
- The Royalty Scam
That's Billy Bragg editorialising for the New York Times.
- The all-seeing eye
Nicholas Carr sort-of losing it. Again.
- Texting-on-the-go injures 6 million Brits
They walk into lamp-posts en masse. Includes funny video.
- This blog is garbage!
Seeing is believing.
- Online video traffic up 178% in a year
- The Foolishness of Crowds (and certain erudite New York City professors)
Andrew Keen makes a useful point. Shock.
- Not getting it may be a worldview thing
It is still early days ...
- Firefox Goes "Organic"
Mozilla is green.
- Super-Regulator’ Sharpens Focus On Accessibility
Ofcom sharpening its threats.
- OurPress: websites for the rest of us
Neat project from Dave Briggs.
- The Free Our Bills Campaign launches
Another plug :]
- 1M+ Donations to Obama in March
Now 2m individuals. This campaign is changing lots of old ways of doing politics.
- Set the Census data free
Simon Dickson yells at the Office for Stats about the 2011 census.
- China unbans the Beeb
As the Dalai Lama keeps saying - what happens after the Olympics?
- RSS to Newsletter Maker - A pitch to the Social Innovation Camp
Very neat idea from Tim Davies..
- Cyber attacks target pro-Tibetan groups
- In the Guardian: ‘we’re now in sight of victory’; so what next?
Charles Arthur for Free Our Data on Another Power of Information impact.
- Municipal Wireless Success Demands Public Involvement, Experts Say
All going pear-shaped in US cities - but there's 'ope.
- Links, libel and law
Emma Mulqueeny wants to be off Milliband's blogroll.
- Google Sees Surge in Web Use on Mobile Phones
- Network to explore "civic function of news"
David Wilcox on another 'walled garden', this time at the RSA.
- Morocco's Facebook faker is freed
- Web Technologies Scotland
JackP details great stuff about this event.
- Secret Guide to Social Media in Government
Incredibly useful new guide.
- [Roy Greenslade] Resign! Resign! Resign! Resign! Why four editors who libelled McCanns should go
- Web creator rejects net tracking
Sir Tim isn't a happy bunny.
- Spare a thought for the people of Adelaide…
The hottest since records began. This is why Aussies take global climate change seriously - and vote accordingly.
- BBC 'opens floodgates' to iPlayer hackers
- The high cost of a good reputation
eBay demolishing 'the wisdom of crowds', says Bill Thompson.
- What is web science?
- Do Internet Ads, Content Effectively Reach All Ages?
Older users think websites are designed for the young.
- Poll: Most Americans don't read political blogs (Reuters)
... but fully one quarter of all American adults do.
All new content on my restarted blog is here
Wednesday, April 2
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