Archive for June, 2006
Jay Rosen makes a great post entitled The People Formerly Known as the Audience which raises some of the questions about how media companies have to start thinking about how their users are no longer mere consumers of what it generates for them.
It’s not often someone can say the following, and it be actually true: “When I invented the Web, I didn’t have to ask anyone’s permission. Now, hundreds of millions of people are using it freely. I am worried that that is going end in the USA.” Tim Berners-Lee makes an excellent post about Net Neutrality. […]
Chris Moyles looks a bit fed up doesn’t he? I’m not suprised really, he’s been accused of being racist and homophobic in the past couple and of weeks and now he’s had an Ofcom adjudication levelled against him. Being Radio 1′s breakfast presenter is always going to make you a strong target and any, er, […]
Okay, it’s been a bit empty here at mattdeegan.com at the moment. You know i’m getting desperate when I fill a post with someone else’s advert. I think part of the problem is that there’s lots of half-written posts in my head that I can’t get round to writing. These currently include: The launch of […]