Wolfgang Lünenbürger-Reidenbach, Chief Blogging Officer of Edelman Germany Link: sevenload.com, blog: luebue.blogspot.com, german edelman blog: przweinull.de Read More

July 1st sees all pubs, bars, restaurants and public places in England go smoke free, just like Scotland, Wales, Ireland and much of the rest of Europe. All well and good, but a large number of them are closing ...Read More

In the next couple of weeks Turkey goes to the polls and anyone who has read my blog knows that I believe much of Europe's long-term future will depend on how we treat Turkey and how they view us. See ...Read More

http://www.flickr.com/photos/chimchim/429086812/ How many inputs have you had today? Here's my list and 'methodology' for an average day: Emails220 Newspapers: Four, containing an average of 400 stories and news nibs each1,600 Twitter: Messages in and out (am not a big fan) 10 Facebook: At least ten ...Read More

Thanks to Heather Hopkins for this amazing statistic. Full story here: http://weblogs.hitwise.com /heatherhopkins/2007/06/youtube_to_overtake_bbc_in_uk_1.html Read More

Am lame blogger this week as this is the second post in a row inspired only by reading the papers...will have to think of an original content-type post soon. Couldn't resist this one though from Chris Ayres in the Times ...Read More

One might think with the ubiquity of Amazon and the prevalence of consumer generated reviews and book clubs, that book-selling was one of those sectors so open to the power of the crowd that it would be pretty replete ...Read More

Last night I felt like a gamekeeper turned poacher, to invert the usual phrase. I was invited to a blogger review of the soon-to-be-released movie Hallam Foe. It was a very odd experience to walk into the Soho Hotel to ...Read More

Thanks to Amelia Torode for nominating me as one of her 5 most 'thinking blogs'. In the tradition of these things here are my five nominations for the same award and the reasons why: Byrnebabybyrne: Brilliant name for a ...Read More

Tony Blair today pronounced on the state of the "media". I agree with a lot of what he says, but it is largely yesterday's debate. He makes cursory comment on the new forms of media and not in any ...Read More