Twitter at the peak

This post addresses a question I’ve been thinking about for quite a few weeks – in fact, every time a news report or stats about Twitter are published somewhere – and talks to specific points made by quite a few people, bloggers and journalists alike, in the past week. The…

On digital defects and other political gaps

Of all the continuing reporting, commentary, op-eds and general opinion about the Damian McBride affair aka Smeargate that I’ve been reading, an opinion piece by PR Week editor Danny Rogers in today’s Guardian is pretty good. Rogers assesses the current gap between Labour and the Conservatives in how each party…

A dose of pre-Budget propaganda

I just spend a minute and a half watching Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling talking about the 2009 UK budget, the details of which he’ll be presenting to Parliament in a few days time, on April 22. What do you think of it? I don’t know about you, but…

The market opportunity for Twitter apps

For day-to-day interacting with Twitter, you can’t beat a good third-party app in my experience. As to which is the best one, that’s largely a matter of subjective opinion although some popularity measurement is good, too. My favourite? TweetDeck followed closely by Seesmic Desktop which I’m trying out. Those are…

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