Covering Our Future (or where are the designers?) Paid Members Public
I don’t write much about print on here, but long-time readers will know I’m not a “print is dead” type. I do believe that print will have to change and evolve to deal with the changing environment – much as theatre had to after the coming of cinema and
A Day in the Life of a Blog Platform Paid Members Public
One of the nice things about having system admin rights for the Movable Type install that powers the 150+ blogs we’re running right now is that I can see all comments as they come into the system, and guage what’s attracting attention. Today?Arguments about [the root of
It's Awards Season - and the AOP likes RBI Paid Members Public
My ever-lovin’ corporate paymasters [http://www.reedbusiness.co.uk/] have had a pretty good crop of nominations in the Association of Online Publishers awards [http://www.ukaop.org.uk/cgi-bin/go.pl/news/article.html?uid=1614] this year: * Editorial team (Business) – www.xperthr.co.uk [http://www.xperthr.co.
Wannabe Spacemen and Dying Birds Paid Members Public
A couple of highlights from the day job. At the tail end of last week, New Scientist launched a competition to allow one lucky person to win a trip to space [http://www.winatriptospace.co.uk]. Why does this involve me? Well, the entry mechanism is, in fact, built around