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John Naughton is Networker, a columnist writing on internet and new media every Sunday in the Observer. He is the author From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: What You Really Need to Know About the Internet. He joined me in conversation in … Continue reading
This was the most popular of the Conversations to date, with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow. He was bristling with anecdotes and in playful form too.
This is one for journalists and others who want to understand the workings of the Freedom of Information Act (regretted by Blair). Martin Rosenbaum is an authority on the act and advises BBC journalists on how to get the best … Continue reading
On Saturday night, Feb 19, I got a Facebook message from a writer friend offering me the phone number of an activist in Benghazi who was witness to the protests and the progress of the revolution there. I phoned the … Continue reading
At last night’s meeting of Blog Standard, Mr Ulster, Allan Leonard [in the middle], spoke in favour of the Posterous blogging platform and showed how simple it is and how easily contributors can update the site simply by emailing their … Continue reading