A review of big digital happenings in 2011
A round-up of this year's goings on. Just for fun, see if you can spot the 12 blogs, from this year, which make up the above image.
The social network comes to Bristol
Our observations from our meeting with Facebook (the ones we can tell you without your computer self-destructing in 30 seconds).
Does the social networking site’s survival matter?
Users are leaving Facebook in their millions - but what does this mean for brands using social media?
Yucca head to SMWF 2011
With social media being high on most of our clients’ agendas at Yucca, I jumped at the chance to tag along to the Social Media World Forum in London last week (referred to as “SMWF” to those in the know). I’d also be lying if I said that the rumoured appearance of Charlie Sheen didn’t influence me to go too…..
The writing’s on the wall
Last week I was lucky enough to receive my beta invitation to Storify, the platform where users can curate social media content to tell a story.
Wikipedia founder’s Bristol visit
I think I'm a little bit in love with Jimmy Wales.
Richie polishes his digital crystal ball
Predicting the future, especially in the fast moving digital world, is always a perilous activity, but a rather fun one all the same. Will the next start-up fresh out of Silicon Valley, Sweden or Swindon be a Betamax or a VHS? A Sinclair C5 or one of those aluminium ‘micro scooters’?
A look back at another exciting year in digital
So that was 2010, a year that once again saw huge developments in the digital space.
Yet another digital ad ecosystem?
Facebook’s adoption of a location-based check in service isn’t anything new - but it is probably the most mainstream launch of social location sharing to date.