Archive for April, 2009

About a year ago, I started writing this blog (first post here) and I’ve enjoyed it… mostly. Aside from the continual pressure I feel to write something interesting and new, it’s been a nice little outlet for things that catch my eye. I do try not to just exacerbate the social media echo chamber that can […]

I tend not to write to much really personal stuff on here, but wanted to record a certain moment and the blog seemed as good a place as any. This evening, while putting in the hours of the office, I was dumbfounded by something that came on the radio – stopped in my tracks, hairs […]

A few months ago I wrote a piece about internet content making its way to the TV screen. Not in a Windows Media Center kind of way, but a way that is done from the point of view of the  television industry. It’s now time for the other big event of the braodcasting calendar, NAB in […]

Saw this tweet from James Whatley and decided I needed to get writing since it’s been a while. There are a couple of posts I want to write but haven’t had time recently, so until I get round to it,  here’s a massive spike on my blog.

Yesterday I received an email from Carrie Bishop who is working with G20 Voice to organise a post-G20 Summit get together at Bar Kick, former Shoreditch Twit venue. It’s called G20 meets We20, at which point you might be feeling lost so here’s a quick explanation… G20 – Group of Twenty (G-20) Finance Ministers and […]