Monthly Archives: August 2007

We’ve got the power!

Facebook users are flexing their muscles. I have already reported about Facebook groups; this one seems to have achieved what they wanted! Students who are customers of HSBC in the UK have formed a Facebook group called Stop the Great HSBC Graduate Rip-Off!!!, which at the time of writing had 5,983 members,  to protest against […]

Social Media in Vienna Part 2 (Oh no, not another Mini-series!).

Men are still ahead in Social Media… Women are communication mostly in an emotional way, and are not utilizing blogs for their professional development, while men are attracting a bigger audience by writing about politics or the economy. This is what I heard at the panel discussion I attended when I was in Vienna. It […]

The taste of butterbeer

For those of you who miraculously didn’t know yet: Warner Bros. Entertainment and Universal Orlando Resort are building a Harry Potter theme park in Florida that is due to open in 2009/2010. Giant nerd that I am I’ll so be there! They are doing a great job in building a park for the fans, using […]

Still growing!

I have just been back to the Satay Kingdom Appreciation Group on Facebook to see what is happening over there (click here to visit it if you have a Facebook account), and I am impressed: it keeps growing at a staggering rate! At the moment it has 545 members (compared to 423 a couple of […]

Life-size

If you are in Vienna in the next couple of weeks you should go to the Museumsquartier and look at a cool exhibition they have going. net.culture.space is doing an installation where you can enter the world of Second Life and move an avatar through it watching it on an approx. 4m X 5m wall […]