Is blogging interesting to anyone other than social media kool aid drinkers? Is there an audience for blogging shows? Niche shows don’t seem sustainable with few exceptions. There is an interest in technology gadgets but there’s very few shows on that, and only one show on Travel that is regular. Haven’t seen a gardening show […]
Hardly any surprises here – I’ve covered the popularity of Friendster in Asia in my Social Media podcasts, and the sophistication of the Malaysian social network industry in blog posts: Friendster, the social network which set things off more than half a decade ago has finally been sold after several attempts in the past years. […]
Computer based social media classes on how to use Twitter, Facebook fanpages, setting them up and also blogging and rss readers and so on.
There’s a great article in The Star (Malaysia) by David Gibson of Inter-Asia. Malaysian Internet users like Facebook, Myspace, and Friendster. They’re also connecting via Twitter, LindedIn and Plaxo, and eBlogger. They use resources such as Slideshare, iTunes, Flickr, and YouTube. Nine of the Top 20 websites in Malaysia are social networking sites, and the […]
Melbournites, listen up! Michael Specht is running a conference on H.R and Recruitment and social media. Time Session Speaker 8:30 AM Arrival & Registration with Tea and Coffee 9:00 AM Welcome and Introduction Michael Specht 9:10 AM Keynote – Thoughts from TED 2009 Stephen Collins 10:10 AM Implementation of Enterprise 2.0 and its Value in […]