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January 2009

Web 2.0 articles in bdaily #4 – When

January 28, 2009
This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series bdaily

This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series bdailyn.b. This was originally published on bdaily. I originally titled last week’s blog post ‘How’ – doh! You can find the ‘How’ article here. Cartoon credit to Geek & Poke “Web 2.0: The ‘When’ With Justin Souter of Souter Consulting Part 4 of a series […]






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Peter Arnold: Newcastle Science City

January 28, 2009

A post on the Bridge Club event I went to last night. Peter Arnold was having a ‘conversation’ with Caroline Theobald, followed by a Q&A session. Peter’s profile is titled “Key Appointment made to lead Newcastle Science City forward”, and from listening to the conversation, and talking with Peter afterwards, I’d agree. I have blagged […]






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Bigging up the Thinking Digital (#TDC) conference

January 27, 2009

I’ve been asked to act as an Ambassador for the 2009 Thinking Digital conference. What this means is that I get a Press Pass for helping promote Thinking Digital. I also intend to use Social Media as an experiment to cover my feedback, probably through CoveritLive via my blog, and Twitter etc.. “What is Thinking […]






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SCL: Ready for business!

January 26, 2009

If you’re thinking of getting in contact with SCL, I thought it would be helpful to set out where Souter Consulting Limited has got to: SCL formally established on 16th December 2008 Public liability & personal insurance now in place Bank account etc. now set up and running Marketing Obviously, this website and the blog […]






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Twitter: splitting business and personal

January 22, 2009

Photo credit to Mallix I have previously posted about splitting out business and personal memes for blogging. I have decided to experiment with splitting my contributions on Twitter in the same way. In anticipation of this, I created an SCL twitter account a few weeks back, to go along with my personal one. Up ‘til […]






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Web 2.0 articles in bdaily #3 – Why

January 21, 2009
This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series bdaily

This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series bdaily Image credit – bgblogging “Web 2.0: The ‘Why’ With Justin Souter of Souter Consulting Part 3 of a series of articles on the application of Web 2.0 All eyes yesterday were fixed on Barack Obama, who (as well as winning the race for the […]






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SCL Business Plan progress

January 15, 2009

Photo credit to Raymond Yee Quick post regarding the business plan for Souter Consulting Limited: I put together a document with my thoughts about how to proceed, immediately on leaving Fujitsu Services Was advised to get in touch with Business Link by Matthew Rippon To get assistance with business start up To get funding for […]






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Web 2.0 articles in bdaily #2 – What

January 14, 2009
This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series bdaily

This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series bdailyn.b. This was originally published on bdaily. Photo credit to ocean.flynn “Web 2.0: The ‘What’ The ‘What’ of Web 2.0 can be difficult to pin down. Tim O’Reilly’s original description doesn’t give a succinct definition. However, the analyst Forrester defines Web 2.0 as: “A set […]






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From a blog to a website

January 12, 2009

A post saying that the Souter Consulting Limited website will soon have a homepage and be more of a website, rather than simply being a blog. Image of souterconsulting.eu courtesy of websitesasgraphs – date as per this post I’ve had some useful feedback about this site that it needs to be more focused on solving […]






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Twitter & Social Media security issues

January 12, 2009

You may have seen the recent furore over Twyply, which seems to have turned out to be a simple way to harvest the Twitter usernames and passwords of the Great and the Good [sic]. The same Great and the Good then had to change their passwords, as this fly-by-night application was then sold on to […]






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