Since mentioning it last month, plans for the 5th Dell B2B Social Media Huddle are proceeding apace. Keynote speakers are being lined up, unconference workshop sessions are being discussed, tweetup plans are all proceeding, and we'll be naming names soon! Also coming very soon - a link to where you can register to participate. One thing we've now done is establish a Huddle presence on the web at www.b2bhuddle.com. That's where everything to do with this Huddle, as well as previous ones, … [Read more...] about The B2B Huddle on the social web
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A topic I've written about frequently here is QR codes, those square, random-looking black-and-white images that are meaningless to the eye but content-rich to a cameraphone and some barcode-scanning software. These little barcodes are popping up everywhere these days, and how they're being used by marketers attracts praise and derision in almost equal measure. Given my glass-half-full approach to such matters, I love discovering imaginative uses of these powerful little tools.And here's … [Read more...] about QR codes at heart of lost-and-found service Belon.gs
So the kerfuffle over Twitter's suspension of journalist Guy Adams' account has ended, with the company reinstating it and issuing an apology of sorts. Adams, the Los Angeles-based correspondent for The Independent newspaper, had been posting a series of tweets that were highly-critical of US TV network NBC and its broadcast coverage of the London 2012 Olympics. The account suspension followed Adams' disclosing an email address of an NBC executive in a tweet which Twitter said was in breach … [Read more...] about Should you trust Twitter?