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November 2008

Souter Consulting Ltd. presentation

November 24, 2008

Picture credit to Hugh Macleod Quick note to let you know I have posted a presentation here [deck being updated (as of 29/03/10)], “giving some background to Souter Consulting Limited, and explaining what SCL offers, and will be doing going forward.” As ever, please post a comment below, or send me feedback via this form. […]



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Please review my Case Studies

November 20, 2008

Hi folks I’m working on stuff that will help persuade people to buy my services. One piece of this jigsaw is a set of case studies – effectively they are extended descriptions from the assignments in my CV. The case studies typically have a: Description List of activities List of how I made a difference […]



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Delicious blog posting

November 19, 2008

A quick note to say that I’ve been experimenting with having Delicious post my links from the previous day to this blog (e.g.). I’ve decided it would be better to have these links on my personal blog, so until I port Wellbanked over to WordPress, it’ll have to wait! btw, I’ve thinking of using the […]



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Making Social Media an acceptable work activity #1

November 18, 2008

Photo credit to Will Lion I attended a Partners4Business seminar last week, called “How to use Social Networking to grow your business“*. During the presentation, we had a number of discussions. One of them involved a practical example, where another attendee gave an example of the power of online opinions: He and his wife wanted […]



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links for 2008-11-17

November 18, 2008

AT&T- News Room London, 11 November 2008 — AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) announced that the use of social networking tools as part of everyday working life has led to an increase in efficiency, according to an independent market report released by AT&T. The pan-European survey of more than 2,500 people in five countries, conducted by […]



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links for 2008-11-13

November 14, 2008

Puppy cam: the latest internet sensation | Media | guardian.co.uk Remember the alarm with which we met the launch of Justin.tv in March 2007, as Justin Kan broadcast his not-particularly-interesting life to the world, 24/7. Well, finally someone has discovered a use for life-casting technology, filming their six baby Shiba Inu puppies all day, every […]



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links for 2008-11-11

November 12, 2008

About Us Webjam is the solution of choice for local communities, interest groups, charities, fan clubs and families who want to easily connect online and share content in a controlled and safe environment. Webjam allows you to give a sense of purpose to your online connections and create a relevant and personalised presence for your […]



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links for 2008-11-10

November 11, 2008

Yammer Yammer is a tool for making companies and organizations more productive through the exchange of short frequent answers to one simple question: “What are you working on?” As employees answer that question, a feed is created in one central location enabling co-workers to discuss ideas, post news, ask questions, and share links and other […]



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Gillian Taylforth meets the Groundswell

November 10, 2008

Photo credit to rg & bo I have in front of me a copy of Woman’s Own [best link I could find], dated 10 November 2008 – 87p.* Specifically, the inside back page features a column called “Gillian – welcome to my World!”. It continues “She’s smart, surprising, & straight-talking”. The Gillian concerned is Gillian […]



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Miss Geeky at DigitalCity

November 5, 2008

Quick write-up of a star performance by Melinda Seckington at last night’s First Wednesday event, run by DigitalCity (part of Teesside Uni’s Institute of Digital Innovation). Melinda runs her own website, Miss Geeky, and has used many social media tools to help her form a new set of friends – having moved to London from […]



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