Australia: voiceanddata.com.au interview: – Whirlpool.net.au

I did an interview with Andrew Collins for voiceanddata.com.au a while ago. Just found it today. I really need to set that Yahoo pipes thing up properly for my name – Google Alerts sucks. In the interview, I talked about the impact of anti-marketing by customers on companies.: Social networks strategist Laurel Papworth also agrees,…

Facebook vs Google – social search, inbuilt support

Anyone here use Facebook? *poke* poke* From Ad Age: 23-Year-Old Mark Zuckerberg Has Google Sweating Idealist Entrepreneur’s Facebook Offers Something Search Doesn’t–Distribution By Abbey Klaassen Just as Google has become what some people call the operating system for search, Facebook is turning itself into the operating system for social networking. While Google knows what millions…

EVENT: Consumer Congress – ACMA & Communications Alliance

A month or so ago, I spoke at WebJam about how frustrating it was that organisations setting the agenda for social networks are industry-based (e.g. media and advertising) and that very few are protecting everyday users/members. Add to that, none of these industry groups really provide an online community for their members (industry or otherwise)…

Social Networks: Sustainability of Content

SixApart Torn Apart?Here’s an example of situations to avoid in Online Communities (more at TechRepublic) Thousands of LiveJournal customers are rebelling against the company’s recent decision to censor hundreds of sex-themed discussion groups, a broad swath that has led to the removal of literary critiques and fan-written fiction about Harry Potter. LiveJournal, which is owned…

Australia: Extraordinary Everyday Lives podcast (Dave LifeKludger, Mike Seyfang, Laurel Papworth)

Last Thursday quite late I had a chat with David Wallace and Mike Seyfang (Adelaide lads). Nick Hodge, Mike Seyfang, and I did time at AppleCentre Adelaide Random Access in the ’80’s. So there ya go. In the podcast we talk about:Dave occasionally does wash things especially business cards 🙂Laurel’s University of Sydney, Professional Development…

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