- Twitter.com vs The Twitter Ecosystem
"You can talk about Twitter.com and then you can talk about the Twitter ecosystem. One is a web site. The other is a fundamental part of the Internet infrastructure. And the latter is 3-5x bigger than the former and that delta is likely to grow even larger." (twitter analysis bitly ecosystems )
- What's cut and what's kept: station-by-station guide | Media | guardian.co.uk
"A summary of how the BBC Review will affect each service" I have many friends who work for the BBC, but I can't help thinking that if the Beeb expands from time to time then it's also reasonable that it should contract sometimes, too. (bbc media budgets )
- Giving the MPs a receipt for their expenses claim. « Random Hacks
"Talking one night about printing with receipt printers, Dave Challis said that it would be interesting to print out a receipt for the MPs expenses the next day.
- BBC iPlayer – Click: 27/02/2010
Alan Rusbridger says if newspapers go behind paywalls then startups with greater focus (e.g. in opera) and lower costs will take over the market: "I don't think you need to spend more than 10 minutes on the web before you realise where the threat is coming from…" (paywalls newspapers )
- Think iBooks Looks Familiar? You're Not The Only One.
"When Apple was demoing its new iBooks application for the iPad today during their keynote address, I just kept thinking to myself: this simply must have been designed by Delicious Monster, the shop behind the brilliant Mac app Delicious Library. I’m not the only one who thought that either. Delicious Monster founder Wil Shipley thought the same thing. The only problem? His shop didn’t make it. [...] Shipley has responded with some lengthy comments." (apple ipad ibooks design user_interfaces )