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VIDEO: Sir Tim Berners Lee at Buckingham Palace

February 12, 2009


What does the father of the World Wide Web look for in a website? No flashing lights and clear navigation. He also reveals that understanding how to make the internet accessible via mobile phones is the online growth area that interests him most. Sir Tim Berners Lee at Buckingham Palace talking about the re-launch of […]

Barack Obama’s Internet strategy

February 10, 2009


ReadWriteWeb has a great article highlighting a presentation all about Barack Obama’s overall Internet strategy. (Click here for the FULL PRESENTATION  if the embedded player takes a while to load) Created by Igor Beuker of, with research by Paul van Veenendaal, the presentation highlights just how effectively Obama used social media to boost support for his […]

Young people on the future of newspapers

February 9, 2009


Last month I blogged about Sarkozy’s plans to give teenagers free subscriptions to French newspapers. In the US, a campaign was started to encourage people to buy newspapers in support of the flagging industry.   I’ve been told off here for stating that the newspaper industry doesn’t deserve to be bailed out but, in my […]