Monthly Archives: July 2007

Social Media in Vienna Part 1 (Oh no, not another Mini-series!)

As you might remember, I gave a presentation on Social Media 101 last week at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna. Social Media is still very unknown territory in Austria. First of all, it is usually called Web 2.0, which I think doesn’t really describe the underlying spirit of Social Media – social interaction […]

Online Archives – deactivating the “data ticking time bomb”?

I read this article on the BBC website. It’s all about a problem that we might be facing sooner rather than later: the “data ticking time bomb”. The changes that are happening with such a brisk pace in technology seem to be making it harder rather than easier for us to access data that was […]

Reminder: come one, come all!

I am busy preparing for my Social Media 101 presentation at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna tomorrow night. For those if you in the area: do come along! Here are the details: Tuesday, 24 July 2007, 6.30pm, Room 4, University of Applied Arts, Oskar Kokoschka Platz 2, 1010 Vienna. I will be introducing […]

Street art – my review

So here they are, as promised: photos of my Grand Tour through London’s streets. The lady that pops up in the pictures sometimes is my sister Astrid. I really liked the pictures, and the execution was well done. Thy were hanging close to the tourist tracks. but not exclusively, and very often in little side […]

Social Media in New Zealand (most certainly part 1 of a longer series)

I had an interesting conversation with a friend the other day. We were discussing the explosion of Social Media use, and the growing demand for a strategic approach to Social Media use from organizations down here. In New Zealand the awareness for Social Media seems to have grown to a critical mass in the last […]