18 novels in my Pocket
It’s that time of the year when some of the social services you use start sending you stats. The
Blog will eat itself (or the danger of big numbers)
There are many rewards to blogging, but it’s easy to get distracted by the easy one. Big numbers are
#b2bhuddle : Katy Howell on concentrating content for lead generation
Katy Howell, CEO, Immediate Future How do you concentrate your content? It’s pretty clear we need to think about
Liveblogging Like Minds: a post-mortem
So, what did I learn at [this year’s Like Minds](http://wearelikeminds.com/events/exeter), other than lying around
Metrics begin where journalistic instinct ends
I have a theory that we place too much importance on instinct in journalism. There’s a good reason for
Five random thoughts on mobile
Based on recent work: - There are an awful lot of high priest of cults masquerading as scientists in this
Riots = Hyperlocal Traffic
That graph is the rather stunning [traffic impact of the London Riots on the Brockley Central blog](http://brockleycentral.blogspot.
The power of a single blog
Interesting graph from Andrew Sullivan as part of a post on journalism 2.0: [![The Daily Dish Moves](https://i0.