Our roving editor and man of many opinions, Tony Murray, finds himself knee deep in media distractions, from Kate Middleton’s assets to Take That clones.
Bankers under fire, what the papers say, Twitter support Manchester Police, Mitt Romney 47 per cent PR fail, dates for the diary and next week’s predictions.
The World Wide Web inventor waxed lyrical in a recent interview about future predictions and the role of newspapers in our digital age. We muse on the latter.
The Sun apologises for Hillsborough lies, Samsung threatens to strand bloggers in Berlin, what the papers say, predictions for next week, dates for the diary.
New statistics show online and print reach separately, meaning marketing, PR and advertising types have a better understanding of exposure and impact.
Apple is trying to buy fingerprint security firm AuthenTec, and has commissioned the firm to develop sensors which could be used in the new mobile model.
Mitt Romney, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Nestle’s Brazilian GM food debacle, predictions for next week and dates for the diary. It’s that time of the week again then.
Whichsocial.com launch new analytics software to aid businesses decide whether to invest time and money in 2012’s online network du jour.
Our man in the East, famed opinion speaker Tony Murray, considers the media’s obsession with homogeneity in light of this summer’s last sporting spectacle.
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