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BBC Covers Blogs

BBC Covers Blogs

The BBC has started to do a weekly round up of Blogs – Weblog Watch. While you can’t possibly ever claim any degree of comprehensiveness with a short weekly column, it is interesting evidence of blogs crossing the chasm to the mainstream. One of the fascinating elements of watching blogging mature as a channel is […]

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Kensington Does a Kryptonite

Kensington Does a Kryptonite

I’ve posted a few times about the now infamous case of Kryptonite bike locks – it’s become the classic case study of what happens when you ignore what bloggers are saying. In Kryptonite’s case it’s cost them $12 million so far – and maybe their future. Now another lock company is suffering a similar fate […]

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The People’s Media

The People’s Media

Jeff Jarvis was interviewed by Ernest Miller on Corante last week, about the future of media. It’s interesting as he’s clearly come from “old” media, but has a strong foothold in the “new” one of blogdom. If I had to summarise the interview, I’d do it thusly; the future is bright, the future is blogging. […]

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