Tagged: Sweden

Joakim Jardenberg on dying papers and the future of journalism 1

Joakim Jardenberg on dying papers and the future of journalism

Joakim Jardenberg of Mindpark says that papers are dying. All trends show that. The last paper will be publised in April 2040 according to Philip Meyer. In Helsingborg newspaper reading has gone from 90...

Daytona Sessions 0

Daytona Sessions

Daytona Sessions are about to begin at Debaser Medis in Stockholm. The usual crowd has showed up, plus some additional people and some I haven’t seen in a long time. Henrik Torstensson is the...

Close to one million Facebook users in Sweden 0

Close to one million Facebook users in Sweden

Very interesting statistics today from Johan Myrberger at The Killer Attitude. He has taken Jeff Pulver’s statistics one step further, with detailed graphs. Sweden has close to one million Facebook users. One million. In...

Aftonbladet.se's articles link to blog posts 0

Aftonbladet.se's articles link to blog posts

Finally Aftonbladet has started to automatically link to blog posts linking to its articles. Certainly not first in Sweden, but in my opinion one step further than the others. Big disclaimer: I am very...

Digga + Sovrat = Pusha 0

Digga + Sovrat = Pusha

Two Swedish Digg clones have merged. Digga shut down earlier after pressure from Digg.com. Now it re-emerges along with competitor Sovrat, as the two sites merge under the name Pusha.se. Here’s what the Pusha...

Traditional media steps out on YouTube 0

Traditional media steps out on YouTube

Swedish state television (SVT) now has a YouTube channel. Previously Norway’s state tv has established itself on YouTube too, along with the BBC, writes Martin Jönsson. Jönsson calls it a fumbling effort on SVT’s...

Mixed feelings among users as Swedish version of MySpace launches 0

Mixed feelings among users as Swedish version of MySpace launches

Yesterday MySpace held a big party in Stockholm to celebrate their launch of the Swedish version of the site. Along with a bunch of Swedish bands, LA stand up commedian Pablo Francisco did a...

Swedish blog aims at becoming a local The Onion 3

Swedish blog aims at becoming a local The Onion

Doug Lansky is the guy behind Sweden’s first real attempt at a clone of the Onion, named Faktumé. He’s an American travel writer and lecturer living in Stockholm with his Swedish wife and three...

André is a Geek Movie Director – and with 1000 fan club members, he'll get a tattoo to prove it 3

André is a Geek Movie Director – and with 1000 fan club members, he'll get a tattoo to prove it

A young Swedish guy is setting an example for how upcoming film directors could work online. André Hedetoft is going to make a low-budget superhero internet series, and he’s using blogs and social networking...

Who can do citizen journalism? 1

Who can do citizen journalism?

After Magnus Ljungkvist received Nyhetspriset, a Swedish citizen journalism award presented by Politikerbloggen, criticism has been heard. He received the award for revealing that then minister Borelius had a high income when she claimed...

X3M Radio Pleppo won the Swedish Podcast Awards 0

X3M Radio Pleppo won the Swedish Podcast Awards

The Swedish Podcast Awards were won by Finns. The overall award went to X3M Radio Pleppo. Congratulations! The price ceremony, which was held at Podcamp Europe, was quite small, with just one of the...

Slots available to give a presentation at PodCamp Europe 0

Slots available to give a presentation at PodCamp Europe

PodCamp Europe is coming up in ten days (June 12-13, in Stockholm, Sweden), and by the looks of it it will be a cool event. But there are still slots to fill in the...