Big week on the interweb..

Its been a busy old week in the wide, wacky world of the web.. Flavour of the month (and a personal fave of mine) Twitter has been down for often than not in the last week or so.  There also seems to be some infrastructure moves going on behind the scenes that have the Web…… Continue reading Big week on the interweb..

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Eduspaces R-I-P

The demise of Eduspaces is a real pity as it seemed to be a community with a decent niche and a well established user-base.  That said it is a tough thing to make money from and not everyone is Facebook and the team at Curverider have mortgages to pay like most of us I’m sure.…… Continue reading Eduspaces R-I-P

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Amp’d Conference 2.0

Over the last few months I’ve spent alot of time thinking (and reading ….) about this whole ‘amplified conference’ idea – and especially in the last few weeks its been something of an oasis of web 2.0 fun in a desert of mundane web 1.0 activity! Both Brian Kelly and Andy Powell (sometime together) have…… Continue reading Amp’d Conference 2.0

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The Negative zone..

OK it has been pointed out to me by one or two people that my blog post yesterday might have been a little bit negative! I’m not going to pretend I haven’t been frustrated by elements of my new role but things are slowly improving and its just a case of trying to get in…… Continue reading The Negative zone..

Brave New World? Not really…

Its becoming increasingly apparent to me that I have been living and, more importantly, working in some kind of bubble for the last couple of years.  The great leaps forward in the web that I saw happening around me were actually an illusion and they had failed to take hold in the wider public conciousness…… Continue reading Brave New World? Not really…

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