May 2009

ActiveWords: what a fool I’ve been…

by Lee Hopkins on May 15, 2009 · 2 comments

in tools

Anyway, I’ve downloaded and reinstalled ActiveWords onto my office pc and have fallen in love all over again :-)

I don’t know about anyone else, but I reckon the day was a smashing success and look forward to a repeat next year (or even earlier if possible).

links for 2009-05-12

by Lee Hopkins on May 13, 2009

in clippings

Affili@Syd The ONLY place you want to be if you are in Sydney today — I'm there, so are Jay Berkowitz and Laurel Papworth. The premiere event for affilate marketers in Australia (tags: affiliate marketing jayberkowitz laurelpapworth Affili@SYD) Social Media: The New Communication Landscape Quite possibly the best resource on social media for corporates that […]

Man falls into ocean after trying to swat shark. News reaches your humble correspondent that swatting a shark can be dangerous to your psychological health but good news if you are looking for reasons to purchase a lottery ticket… A fisherman who fell out of a dinghy south of Perth this morning has reported being […]

links for 2009-05-01

by Lee Hopkins on May 2, 2009 · 5 comments

in clippings

Younger US Demos 12% Less Likely to Tweet "MySpace and Facebook social networking sites have similarly experienced a surge in older users, though, Radwanick said, those increases were after younger users set the pace. “Twitter is a rare example of older people embracing a new web technology at such an early stage,” (tags: demographics twitterage […]

links for 2009-04-30

by Lee Hopkins on May 1, 2009

in clippings

Google's power a good thing? – Geeks! It's good to see that I'm not alone; I have long worried about the growing ubiquitous nature of Google. I deliberately choose other parties where possible, rather than secede all of my information to the one database (ignoring the possibility that in the Internet of Things they probably […]