Monthly Archives: January 2012

  1. The Times’ left hand doesn’t know what its right is paying for

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    Monday, 30th January 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    The Times published an analysis piece over the weekend by business news editor Emily Ford, titled “Why I’m not paying” …
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  2. Facebook–an Oyster Card for online news?

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    Monday, 30th January 2012 by thewonkydonky

    So Facebook is continuing its acquisition of journalists, with the arrival of former Bloomberg hack Dan Fletcher as the platform’s …
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  3. The Sun’s in the Cloud

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    Monday, 30th January 2012 by S Bagai

    Have you seen the “Modelling the Cloud” study by the LSE?  Probably not.  Wonder why the feeble effort on PR-ing …
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  4. What makes a good community manager?

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    Wednesday, 25th January 2012 by rachel magson

    It may have slipped past relatively quietly but, as highlighted in an article on Mashable, 23rd January 2012 marked the …
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  5. The Right to Tweet

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    Tuesday, 24th January 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Rupert Murdoch joined Twitter less than a month ago in a sort of ‘I’ll give this a bash for the …
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  6. The Times shifts a social media brick

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    Friday, 20th January 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    The Times and Sunday Times, the papers that led the pro-paywall charge in the UK, are about to lift a …
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  7. In-App Purchases on the rise

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    Wednesday, 18th January 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Remember back in February last year when Apple said it wanted a 30% cut of all in-app purchases through iOS …
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