From the monthly archives:

September 2009

meshmarketing is almost here!

by Mathew on September 14, 2009 · 17 comments

A few months ago, the mesh team -- in other words, Rob Hyndman, Mark Evans, Stuart MacDonald, Mike McDerment and I -- announced a new event we're calling meshmarketing, a one-day series of keynotes, presentations and in-depth workshops about online and digital marketing ideas and tactics. During the summer months, we've been lining up some…

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C.W. Anderson -- @chanders on Twitter -- has an update to his recent post at Nieman Journalism Lab, which tried to go beyond the binary "real journalists vs. bloggers" equation to look at online and traditional journalism entities on an axis related to how institutional/open they are and how fact-oriented/commentary-oriented they are. The future of…

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Mike Masnick at Techdirt notes how director Kevin Smith disclosed his thoughts on piracy during a recent 24-hour Twitterthon question-and-answer session with fans. Smith seems to have the whole CwF+RtB thing down cold -- and has for many years. But, given all of that, I had no idea what his opinion was on the question…

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You know that "child-safety" software that monitors your kids' every click and sends it to some spyware creep whose main profit-center is running national firewalls for totalitarian states who use the same service to figure out whom to hood, kidnap and torture? Turns out that these same sleazeballs also monitor your kids' IM sessions and…

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Gawker, the popular news aggregator network, has launched an aggregator for its internal sites. Users can specify what topics from each network they wish to see, and then they are given a unique url with that content aggregated. There are two places news will be consumed in the future, editorially aggregated sites like Gawker, or…

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