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Ewan introduced this new socialmedia/photosharing/comment/whatchamacallit site to everyone at Coffee Morn today.
I cannot tell you how important I think it will be; to civilians, researchers, ad agencies, brands, retailers.
A very big deal indeed, methinks.
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Mike, you've done it again! Another great site for the likes of us to strut our stuff to an audience of more than 20 goats.
Funny, 12 years ago I was at an HP conference in Bristol 'imagineering' just such sites, where we would all be putting out material for our own interest groups and buddies. I never thought it would happen so quickly.
You are the pied piper of Web 2.0...
Arpi Shively |
Tuesday, August 28, 2007 at 08:11 PM
Nice one Fred, hope it gets your great work to a new/wider/more vocal audience!
Tuesday, August 14, 2007 at 07:25 PM
Well you certainly got my attention with this little gem of a site. I'm in. I'm on. As you, in fact, know since you were the first to comment. Haven't quite got into voice yet, that's next. And the guy who started the whole thing tells me that music and effects upload facilities are imminent. The beauty is, of course, I/you can upload photo essays, personal stories, reports, features. Like Magnum. Like Zone Zero. It seems that it's also very school friendly. Teachers are beginning to use it. By the way, they are a super quick and friendly bunch. I had an issue, they were back in a nano-second with an answer. Very, very cool.
Fred Shively |
Tuesday, August 14, 2007 at 07:10 PM
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