Is this the worst website in the world?

Add to New PR • Save to del.icio.us • Digg This! Sometimes the poor standard of so-called 'professional body websites' astonishes me. I have, in the past, referred back to the FEBCA and CiB websites as prime examples of communication gone bad, in these cases, the communication inherent in the design. They are truly awful, … Continue reading Is this the worst website in the world?

At worst she feels bad for a while.

Add to New PR • Save to del.icio.us • Digg This! What to make of our oh-so-screwed up celebrities then? Lily Allen recently posts on a blog about feeling fat and ugly. This is very conveniently just before she makes her debut on American TV. She gets headlines in the UK and raises her profile. She … Continue reading At worst she feels bad for a while.

The Friendly Ghost BlogBoost: review of ‘a shel of my former self’, Shel Holtz

Add to New PR • Save to del.icio.us • Digg This! Recently I reported on the Case of the Disappearing Widgets in which, because my blog reverted to its default layout, I realised how useful the blogroll could be and started displaying it again. Now I'm starting to think that it's about time I really … Continue reading The Friendly Ghost BlogBoost: review of ‘a shel of my former self’, Shel Holtz

Web-as-personalisation is The Next Big Thing

Add to New PR • Save to del.icio.us • Digg This! Some food for thought: Videocasting - you can already do this to an extent with YouTube. Person-as-broadcast-brand - the ultimate expression of videocasting could be Justin.TV and it's here, now. Vertical searches - have been creating a buzz but I don't think they're there yet. Niche social networks … Continue reading Web-as-personalisation is The Next Big Thing