Tag Archives: Dublin

Mobile publishing: A glimpse of the future with Asahi Shimbun

I always look forward to the presentations by our Japanese media colleagues about their mobile phone strategies. They are the undisputed world leaders in this field. When many places on the planet weren’t even using cellphones for SMSing/texting, these guys had mastered delivering content on mobile phones and were making a solid business from it. […]

SecondLife, another graphic World Wide Web?

At the beginning of this year I blogged about the amazing work that Adam Pasick was doing with Reuters in Second Life, the virtual 3D world. Now, here in Dublin at the IFRA conference, we were presented with another fascinating story of media doing business in SecondLife. Rowan Barnett, Editor-in-Chief of Avastar, a virtual newspaper […]

Media 2.0: Case studies

This is the presentation, below, I did at Ifra’s Beyond the Printed Word in Dublin. It’s some case studies on Media 2.0 at the Mail & Guardian Online. I also have a transcript of it which I’ll publish here at a later stage. | View | Upload your own So far quite a bit of […]

Blogging from Ireland about Beyond the Printed Word

I’ll be in Dublin for this week, where I am presenting at IFRA’s online media conference Beyond the Printed Word on the “Integration of Web 2.0 services into news sites”. You can check out the official conference blog. I’ll also be furiously 🙂 blogging the conference on this here blog too. I’ll be presenting on […]

German blogosphere waning, bloggers quitting, says Ifra blog

I’ll be heading off to Dublin, Ireland around the beginning of November to speak at IFRA’s Beyond the Printed Word, the world’s leading association for newspaper and media publishing. I’ll be speaking about “Integration of Web 2.0 services into news sites”, sharing our experiences with Thoughtleader, Newsinphotos and Amatomu.com. I’ve just noticed that IFRA have […]