Social Networking - Articles Archive
from April 22, 2007 to February 19, 2007

Online collaboration tools and technologies are increasingly going to shape and model the communication, learning, working and social experiences we will be able to create in the near future. New modes of learning, sharing and hooking up with partners, team-mates and colleagues will completely replace the ... read more

Robin Good - April 22, 2007

Teemu Arina: "Key enemies? Well, nowadays when the world is so networked and so complex I think that those people who I might think are ideologically my enemies are really also potential people to cooperate with, so there is no meaning with having a conversation with ... read more

Robin Good and Teemu Arina - April 19, 2007

Want to see your online video mash-ups up there on the silver screen? The Basement Tapes is a collaborative documentary all about the changing face of copyright in the digital era, created by its online audience via video-sharing and remixing, an evolving online script powered by ... read more

Michael Pick - April 13, 2007

What does the future of learning look like? Thanks to my good friend and senior corporate learning researcher and independent writer Jay Cross, I have had the good fortune of meeting Teemu Arina, a young Finnish educational scholar, with lots of good ideas, a fully working ... read more

Robin Good and Teemu Arina - April 12, 2007

"A virtual world is a computer-based simulated environment intended for its users to inhabit and interact via avatars. This habitation usually is represented in the form of two or three-dimensional graphical representations of humanoids (or other graphical or text-based avatars)." (Source: Wikipedia) The expression "virtual world" usually brings ... read more

Michael Pick - April 10, 2007

Online multimedia presentation tools are a whole new exciting niche within the Web 2.0 landscape, letting you easily take your photos and videos and create great-looking visual mash-ups from them. It's one thing to sift through a page full of uninspiring, identical thumbnails, and quite another ... read more

Michael Pick - April 9, 2007

Today at RItalia we are all here inebriated by the smell of intellectual upheval... ...intoxicated by the dream that by joining together and feeling so good in seeing how many we are, we could solve just abut any problem instantly... ...flocked from all corners of Italy and ... read more

Robin Good - March 31, 2007

A new web-based service allowing powerful creation and easy online distribution of multimedia presentations and visual photo-albums is about to announce its official re-launch with a completely new feature-set, interface and components integration. The all-new Scrapblog is in fact a Formula 1 racer when it comes ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - March 26, 2007

While social media has become the hot trend in publishing many of the properties generating social media content are not attracting headline experts into their frays. is addressing this by seeding leading figures from book publishing, music, heath and finance to post content and field ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - March 22, 2007

A new social media network with RSS aggregation capabilities has arrived on the scene, promising to provide a one-stop solution for the promotion of all of your online media. Whether you are a blogger, NewsMaster, podcaster or online video-maker a crucial part of your work is ... read more

Michael Pick - March 20, 2007

Web applications continue to grow in number, offering easy ways to work both on and off-line with your documents and opening up more opportunities for online collaboration. A new online word processor promises to bring document editing to the next level, by adding precision commenting features ... read more

Michael Pick - March 19, 2007

It is easier than ever to create your own Internet radio station and stream your music, thoughts or discussions live over the web. Not so very long ago you would have faced either incredible equipment expenses and music licensing fees, or the continuous threat of having ... read more

Michael Pick - March 14, 2007

There are a growing number of ways to monetize your website, whether you decide to go for contextual advertising, setting up your own online store or any of the other alternatives cropping up almost daily. One recent trend is the addition of a job board to ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - March 13, 2007

Social news aggregators like the popular Digg service bring all of the latest news together, and have their users vote on which items are of most interest - with top items floating up to the site front page, and those of less interest disappearing from sight. ... read more

Michael Pick - March 12, 2007

Stop [social] networking: Build your own network! - If you ever thought about creating your own mini YouTube, MySpace or community site, in which members can upload media, write and contribute directly, the time of your dream has finally come... thanks to Ning. It is now possible ... read more

Michael Pick - March 6, 2007

Finding broadband Internet access while away from home has become a vital need for many people. The number of Internet access points around the world keeps on growing and so does the number of WiFi hotspots, physical locations specifically enabled to provide open (and sometimes free) ... read more

Michael Pick - March 4, 2007

myFeedz is a new service aimed at personalizing and adding a democratic, social dimension to the RSS feed reading experience. Here we have an interesting attempt to roll together the success of social news sites such as Digg, services that quickly learn your viewing preferences such ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - February 27, 2007

Digital Rights Management, or DRM, is an all-too-pervasive means by which the manufacturers of hardware and software - including music and video - place restrictions upon the people that buy it from them. If you have ever downloaded a music track from iTunes, or a ... read more

Robin Good & Michael Pick - February 24, 2007

Small Business Rejoyce! More Online Collaboration + Less Microsoft Office = Google Apps Premier Edition. As the leading alternative to Microsoft Office the new Google Apps Premier has the keys to open up the gates to organization-wide online collaboration. Google announced yesterday the release of new premier ... read more

Michael Pick - February 23, 2007

The time has come for the evolution of an advertising platform, "giving entrepreneurs, advertisers and publishers of all sizes the infrastructure and tools for creating customized online advertising networks". With these new distributed advertising platforms, "network builders can define, assemble, merchandise and manage new, highly-targeted advertising ... read more

Michael Pick and Robin Good - February 19, 2007

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