5 Weeks To PodCamp Toronto 2008

5 Weeks To PodCamp Toronto 2008

172 attendees… (and counting!) 26 sessions… (and counting!) 5 weeks remaining. And counting. Just 35 days until PodCamp hits Toronto...

AlertMap: Cutting-Edge Emergency And Disaster Information Tool

AlertMap: Cutting-Edge Emergency And Disaster Information Tool

If you’re even remotely interested in emergency information, check out AlertMap. This disaster-focused mashup pulls together data from some 600...

YouTube As An Effective Crime-Solving Tool

YouTube As An Effective Crime-Solving Tool

Crimetube? Every so often I hear cool stories of the creative ways people use new media to solve problems. This...

42 Top Social Media Tips And Tools

42 Top Social Media Tips And Tools

Over the last six months or so I’ve come across hundreds of useful tips and tools online. Rather than keeping...

Twitter: How Do You Find People To Follow?

Twitter: How Do You Find People To Follow?

Many people struggle with the idea of Twitter. The idea of posting 140-character updates for the world to see seems...

Facebook Applications Aren’t Always Your Friends

Facebook Applications Aren’t Always Your Friends

I came across a worrying article today at online security site Fortinet. The post (also picked up by Help Net...

PodCamp Toronto 2008 Looking For Sponsors

PodCamp Toronto 2008 Looking For Sponsors

PodCamp Toronto 2008 (Feb 23-24, 2008) is looking for sponsors! If your organization wants to position itself at the forefront...

Ten things that will change your future… And The Trends Within

Ten things that will change your future… And The Trends Within

As I twittered a few days back, the Sydney Morning Herald recently published an article titled "Ten things that will...

Analyzing Twitter Usage

Analyzing Twitter Usage

I came across an interesting tool the other day – Twitter Stats – provided by Brad Kellett. The tool is...

Stop Using Views To Measure YouTube Success

Stop Using Views To Measure YouTube Success

Measurement is a hot theme right now. Lots of smart people are writing about it regularly and Joseph Thornley (also...