Monthly Archives: April 2008

Being back at school

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Video nasty

Ok so I didn’t really understand Seesmic was a place where people actually listened to what you had to say.I figured it was like the real world where everyone just waits for you to finish your sentence so they can … Continue reading

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Preston-bound

So I’m off for a week of Editorial Leaders learning at UCLAN in Preston. This is the course that first piqued my interest in how the world of journalism is changing, and how we can increase our engagement with readers; … Continue reading

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Sights you never expect to see

This is Liverpool Daily Post editor Mark Thomas (right) and digital editor David Higgerson snapped outside that cavern of bile, Old Trafford, ahead of the How-Do awards. Where we didn’t win. Boooooooooooo!

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Too much information?

I am spreading over the web like mould. I am on, among others, Twitter, Flickr, Last.fm, Jaiku, and Bambuser and that’s just a part of it. My ‘social networks’ folder is growing at an alarming rate.I embarked on this to … Continue reading

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Using Utterz more often

UPDATE 2013: Utterz became Utterli and then closed. Try Ipadio or Audioboo instead. I love Utterz – I think it’s a great website and I want to start using it more often than the once-a-week I’ve been stuck at recently. … Continue reading

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A good day…

Spring has finally arrived in my garden… Mobile post sent by Alison using Utterz.  Replies.  mp3

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Morning world!

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Befriending FriendFeed

A couple of days ago I tweeted to the world in general that Friendfeed – which I joined several weeks ago in a flush of enthusiasm – was “more complicated than a social network had any right to be”.And I … Continue reading

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Cartoon Avatars on Twitter

April 18 was spent in a haze finishing off the entries for the Regional Press Awards, which – let me state for the record – were more work than every despite allegedly being electronic this year. Not from where I … Continue reading

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