Monthly Archives: June 2009

Funding the future

Questions I’ve been asked my thoughts on recently: 1. Should papers charge for some content online? 2. Could more money be made from paid content than advertising? 3. What about premium models? 4. How will new technologies affect charging? 5. … Continue reading

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My online identity

I’m speaking at the Art of Digital event in Liverpool tomorrow. The topic of the learning lab is The Personal which (according to the accompanying blurb) is “all about the role and influence of people and organisations. We have recently … Continue reading

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New Echo tv studio

This is starting to take shape now – we should be filming our first pilot show on Thursday.

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Just gimme the facts, ma’am

The last post I wrote about open lines of communication prompted a few comments (thanks all) including a well-reasoned argument from James Goffin that, sometimes, people just wanted the facts. Not interaction, not contribution, just… to know clearly and concisely … Continue reading

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