Pay for News vs Save The Media

Just a quick follow up on Death Cycle of Newspapers – News Corp will charge for newspaper websites, says Rupert Murdoch – Current days of free internet will soon be over, says media mogul (The Guardian) Rupert Murdoch expects to start charging for access to News Corporation‘s newspaper websites within a year as he strives to fix…

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Job: Starlight Children’s Foundation – Digital Content Editor – Australia

Huge potential to make a massive impact here – fundamentals of an offline community needing online tools, and peer-to-peer support. Heartfelt stuff: Digital Content Editor: Are you passionate about online delivery? Innovative new online project Targeted at a teen audience Bring your CMS expertise The Starlight Children’s Foundation is a leading national charity with a…

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Job: User Generated Content (UGC) – Technology Manager

From Ethos – I’m going to assume it’ s this Ethos link, as I found the job on Seek.com.au (as usual, can’t link to crappy seek.com.au): User Generated Content (UGC) – Technology Manager Major Web-Digital Investment Area Unify and integrate – build a UGC centre of excellence Most Exciting Opportunity in the Industry This global…

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Job: Realestate.com.au

Here’s one for you my lovelies: Content Manager/Developer Sydney Location Fantastic Team Environment Challenging Work – Fast Pace Be responsible for the day-to-day delivery of Australia’s number 1 home and garden website with this hands-on role at a leading online media company. The successful candidate will have a combination of online technology skills, a feel…

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Delivery of personalised business information

Clearly the distributive, syndicated nature of Web 2.0 and the business models around that have completely passed Fairfax by: Fairfax Business Media ends Factiva and AAP News Centre contract Fairfax Business Media has announced that effective 31 March 2007, its content will no longer be accessible via Factiva and AAP News Centre. The decision to…

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Impressive “Children with Diabetes” community

One area I believe that online communities can really, really make a difference is with parents who are struggling with sick kids. Being up in the middle of the night, worrying and then being able to get online and chat/post about your concerns with other parents who are also up in the night worrying helps…

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Boozy lunches

w00t I’m having lunch at Zinc with Erietta of Cyberworx and Josephine Sabine of Spot Wireless tomorrow. Erietta is mastering Drupal at the moment. Drupal is an open source content management platform that handles the collaborative modules very well. Plus it has a nice online community of developers who also happen to be a bunch…

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