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Below is a now very common sight on any day at my local Starbucks on Kensington High Street in west London. Most of the people in the photo below (11 out of 14 in view to be exact – click [...]
Following on from my recent post on “Foursquare fatigue”, and the recent launch of Facebook deals in the the UK, I thought it would be a good time to look at these initiatives, from both the [...]
Both Lucy Kellaway (whom I have never met but would like to) and Jonathan Salem Baskin (with whom I shared an enjoyable dinner in London a few months ago) have written excellent pieces on the use [...]
Foursquare seems to be in the news a lot recently, and is starting to exhibit a similar hype curve to that of Twitter. Update 15 March 2010: with one tweet from @mrskutcher (aka Demi Moore) the [...]
I read an interesting report in the Telegraph yesterday that says London is the “social media capital of the world”. This is not hard to believe – a city of 8 million people that the Telegraph [...]
I went to a workshop in London on Thursday afternoon held by dot mobi (the .mobi guys) talking specifically about the Top Ten Mistakes in Mobile Marketing. The event, held at the über trendy [...]
Since my recent post on USB dongles vs Coffee shop WIFi Will the 3G mobile broadband “dongle” kill the WiFi hotspot market?, I received a number of follow up posts following the post being [...]