A good presentation by Mary Ellen Bates of Bates Information Services in the US listing her top 20 search tips. These were a little oriented to the research community but interesting nevertheless. I arrived a little late so I only caught 19 of the 20 but I’ve asked for the presentation so. I’ll update later […]
Peter Breithaupt from Shell talked about a start-up called Shell Energy Efficiency which builkt in knowledge management from day one. The company offers energy efficieny advice to companies on a shared benefit basis and the problem is there are a thousand engineers scattered around the world and often the expertise in, say, papermills is not […]
Off to Online 2005 in Olympia this afternoon. Will blog the experience.
Search revenues have already exceed all forecasts as they top $7bn in 2005.
Traffic is rising briskly on the major US newspapers’ websites, according to The Kelsey Group.
According to this post from the Kelsey Group 60 million people a day in the US now use search engines.
US site Editor and Publisher charts the more than 1,900 newspaper jobs it says have been lost in the US in 2005. It blames rising costs and falling circulations.
Robert Scoble discusses the future of journalism with San Jose University.
According to Micropersuasion a study by PR Week and Burson Marsteller found that 47% of CEOs think blogs are useful for PR.
Steve Rubel’s Micro Persuasion site lists “Ten Technorati Hacks” which is a very useful introduction to the service. Technorati should be in the workflow of all journalists at RBI.