Category: CMW Archives

Personal transparency, the eleventh change for journalists 1

Personal transparency, the eleventh change for journalists

A lot of comments have been made to Paul Bradshaw’s (read his blog too) excellent list of changes for journalists in the upcoming ten years in the Press Gazette lately. In short, the list...

Transparency – not for Canadian soldiers 0

Transparency – not for Canadian soldiers

The Canadian defence department has sent a memo to soldiers, urging them not to use social networking sites like Facebook, writes CBC News. The reason is said to be that terror organizations like Al...

67 percent of Americans think journalism is "out of touch" 1

67 percent of Americans think journalism is "out of touch"

The results of a recent We Media/Zogby Interactive poll shows that two thirds of the American respondents think that traditional journalism is “out of touch” with its audience and its needs. This despite the...

Hard times for bloggers and journalists in Sri Lanka 0

Hard times for bloggers and journalists in Sri Lanka

Living in Sweden, and especially taking an active part in covering and exploring social and citizen media, I take many things for granted. One is the right to take photos in public areas, another...

New year and blog vacation 0

New year and blog vacation

Happy new year, all! I’ll start this year off with a 2 month vacation from this blog. I’ll be travelling during January and Febuary, and post updates in The Many Faces of L., but...

Hyper local – Åsbro 3

Hyper local – Åsbro

I once more welcome Gitta Wilén as a guest contributor here at Citizen Media Watch. This time she has interviewed a hyperlocal blogger, Alf Fransson. Alf Fransson, 69, is blogging about a small area...

Per Mosseby: The mobile revolution is happening – but not here 1

Per Mosseby: The mobile revolution is happening – but not here

Per Mosseby of Pixbox says at Hubbub 07 he thinks the developing countries is where the mobile revolution will truly happen. When mobile applications have been developed, the laptop is better than the cellphone...

Green hat people brings gaming to real life 1

Green hat people brings gaming to real life

Niklas Tyllström is at Hubbub 07 to talk about Green hat people, a pretty cool real life game where you get instructions in your cellphone and then go places in your city to find...

David Haddad on the convergence of positioning technologies 1

David Haddad on the convergence of positioning technologies

David Haddad of Spontu works with social networking on the mobile. Since Hubbub is all about convergence, he focuses on the convergence of positioning, connectivity and powerful mobiles. He shares some lessons learnt: Be...

Hubbub – a half day conference with a mobile focus 5

Hubbub – a half day conference with a mobile focus

Update 2007-11-24: Four more speakers added! Next Saturday afternoon the nice guys and gals at Nustart will host another conference at Nymble at KTH in Stockholm. The last one, Hej!2007, was a great success,...

”Let blind people and people with ADHD test-run your site” 3

”Let blind people and people with ADHD test-run your site”

Social media is supposed to make it easier for everyone to contribute and to express oneself. But a lot of people are still shut out. – Blog services are not accessible for everyone, says...