Monthly Archives: September 2008

10 different ways to post to your blog

One of the great about using a blog as a publishing platform is the flexibility of it. Every blog platform worth its salt has a editor built into it, a place online where you can type your stuff and hit … Continue reading

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Flaming for Obama

Lovely piece in Prospect this month from Peter Jukes, talking about the occasionally fractious community of Democrat bloggers in the US: For many in Britain, blogging, especially political blogging, is a bit of a disappointment. Many of our political sites … Continue reading

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Bookmarks for September 28th

Stuff I have bookmarked for September 28th: The power of unconference at Helpful Technology – Steph's summary of the ukyouthonline unconference

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How are young people using social media?

One of the highlights of yesterday’s UKYouthOnline unconference was Steph Gray‘s presentation of some Forrester research commissioned by DIUS on what online services are regularly used by young people. Steph has generously posted his slides on Slideshare: [HTML1]

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UKYouthOnline up and running

It’s been a great start to the day at UKYouthOnline. You can follow the twitter back channel (no snarkiness spotted yet, must be a record) at and I’m uploading a few photos at Do join in by leaving … Continue reading

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