BBC Podcast, , The Secret History of Social Networking.
Internet. Becoming Ever More Serious Business.
It remains pretty plausible up until the riot, injuries and deaths.
The Search For The Next Ridley Scott Continues
35 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. Are we approaching some kind of video-spawned singularity?
Losing 87% Of Your Audience Is A Great Success?
Rupert Murdoch seems to think so. Spectacular misunderstanding of why the Web works, namely hyperlinks that don’t run up against a paywall.
From Troll Physics
Urlesque.com showed this blog to a physics professor and got him to comment seriously on a number of the entries. Now that’s some top-notch trolling!
Too Many Stupid Jokes Suggest Themselves For This …
It will be interesting to watch how the Streisand effect plays out on this story.
Twittercast #2, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
Recorded on Monday 11th October 2010, when large chunks of the Internet were discussing the Banksy-directed introduction to the previous night’s Simpson’s episode. All in all, a thoroughly successful experiment by Fox.