We’ve been having a couple of meetings about video here in RBI towers over the last few weeks. I always recommend our video virgin hacks check our Andy Dickinson’s blog, because he gets this stuff so right…
I think this video he produced recently sums up things beautifully:
I rather enjoyed Cyndy’s video response, too…
Jeff Jarvis thinks about the uses of Twitter
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Good call. In the online world they play a role not far from the art team.
Lots of coverage by bloggers of Reed Elsevier's decision to divest itself of Reed Business information - my employer.
PaidContent speculates about an RBI IPO:
And Davis isn't in any hurry to sell RBI either. "It's early days -
we're ruling nothing in and nothing out". That includes an IPO for the
unit. "We are very open and flexible on how we do this and also on
Journalism.co.uk highlights RBI chief executive Keith Jones' positive take on it:
In an internal memo to staff, Keith Jones, chief executive of RBI UK, said this was 'an exciting new era' for the publisher.
Business' senior management team are very confident in our company, as
are all the RBI UK Board - so it's very much a case of business as
usual," he said.
One of our blogging journalists has discovered that you shouldn’t be rude about IBM, unless you’re on very certain ground.
Quite what this means in the long term? No idea. For now, it’s business as usual…
Update: One of my colleagues from Flight has posted about the news on Unusual Attitude.
Update 2: Another colleague describes how she discovered the news:
A bright crisp dawn was breaking as I took my seat on the early London
train today to catch the opening of the ICIS Base Oils conference,
switched on my Blackberry and read that our parent company was selling
How do you move social bookmarking helpers into the body of your website smoothly?
I keep telling people that the Telegraph is the paper to watch…
Stephen Fry is doing a podcast. Woo and, indeed, hoo!