Australia Enterprise: list of business online communities

A “top list” of social networks and online communities for business and corporate. Not blogs – they must have community features of many-to-many discussions, leaders, UGC etc.  Here’s my Australian list: Aussie Innovation – drupal site with forums and so on. Aussie Tycoon – vBulletin forum for entrepreneurs Australian Businesswomen’s Network – run mentoring programs…

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YouTube appoints a marketing Director

I didn’t know they didn’t already have one… YouTube has appointed Chris Di Cesare as its first director of marketing. Formerly director of creative marketing at Microsoft, Di Cesare will report directly to Chad Huley, co-founder of YouTube. The marketing executive moved to the video-sharing site two months ago having spent 12 years at Microsoft,…

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Events: Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday

I haven’t been invited to one office Christmas party this year *bursts into tears*. That would be a hint, guys. (EDIT: It worked! Rachel Slattery rescued me from social death )I wonder if The Silly Season corporate bashes will be a thing of the past, if Gen Y all work for themselves? Anyway, here’s some…

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Women of the Web 2.0 in Australia

Two events about the lovelies of Web 2.0 – ABN Seminar and Expo Day. And DebateIT: It’s a World Wide Web of Women.The lovely Rachel Slattery is up to her usual shenanigans. This time she’s got a – what is the plural; a gaggle? – of women fronting up (guys most welcome): DebateIT: It’s a…

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Rate my boss: Jobs 2.0

Following on from eBossWatch – because nobody should have to work with a jerk – here’s the Indian version (hat tip Aloo Techie): JobGypsy.com to provide insider’s information about employers Pune-based entrepreneurs Swapnil Takalkar and Ravi N have launched JobGypsy.com, an online employer reviews portal that aims to provide user written insider’s information about various…

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TV: Joost and the Advertisers

The picture has nothing to do with anything, I just thought it was funny. 😛Latest Joost press release in all it’s glory: Advertising innovators embrace Joost™ Thirty-two blue-chip advertisers on board for launch New York – April 26, 2007 – Joost™, the world’s first broadcast-quality Internet television service, today announced that it has signed 32…

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TV aggregator TIOTI

Good thing time-shifting and form-shifting are becoming legal in Australia. Umm, isn’t it? Tioti, an internet service that aggregates global TV content, is set to move out of beta testing in the next few weeks. The service aims to break down the barriers of staggered international scheduling of TV series by providing links to file…

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Event – Web Directions Melbourne

Maxine Sherrin from WebDirections kindly sent me this: Take a look at where the web industry really is at in 2006, from both a technology and a business point of view, at this free event in Melbourne on August 10. Web Directions is excited to announce our first ever Melbourne event. Join us for an…

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