Archive for June, 2005

Sherpa’s 10 Best Blogs

Tuesday, June 14th, 2005

MarketingSherpa has just released the results of their 10 best blogs of 2005 on the topics of marketing, advertising, and public relations. You can check the results here. Seth Godin takes the gold with the “Best individual’s blog on the general topic of marketing and advertising” Nice job Seth.

Future of Music: Audioscrobbler

Monday, June 13th, 2005

I have been doing a lot of research lately on the future of the music industry. In general, how artists will get their music out into the world, everything from posting it online, to the marketing and buzz generation, through to the selling of the music. As a former music promoter, it is still […]

Pink Floyd Reunites

Monday, June 13th, 2005

It may not be big news to you, but I was PSYCHED when I read that the original members of Pink Floyd were going to reunite to perform on July 2nd at Londons Live 8 concert. So many of us have been waiting for this for years, 24 to be exact. Here is the news, […]

Pioneering a New Trend?

Friday, June 10th, 2005

The Tribeca Grand Hotel in NYC has announced that they have created the ultimate suite for traveling podcasters and video podcasters. Dubbed the iStudio, it appears the hotel has arranged some kind of agreement with Apple to sport their wares. The iStudio comes fully loaded with the following gear:

- A fully-loaded G5 computer outfitted with […]

The Podcast Hotel

Thursday, June 9th, 2005

The Podcast Hotel looks like its going to be a great time. This is an event that truly captures the spirit of citizen media. The team at Corante crew thought up the event in an effort to produce a truly creative, interactive and living environment around the medium of podcasting. If your into it, I […]

Power of the Niche

Tuesday, June 7th, 2005

I would like to point out a prime example of how blogging can work wonders for a small niche business. My cousin recently turned me onto Thomas Mahon’s weblog entitled English Cut. Thomas is a bespoke tailor from London’s Savile Row who has transformed his business by regularly posting on his weblog. A veteran in […]

First Gear

Monday, June 6th, 2005

Mexico was great, there was plenty of rest and relaxation. I actually unplugged for quite a while. I remember when we first got to the east side of Cozumel and found out there was no cell reception at all, it was my official surrender, we were now completely out of touch and it felt good […]