Join Scott Douglas and Shaun Milne in their weekly review of news. The pair draw on their journalistic experience as well as their charm and wit to discuss, dispute and develop stories featured on multimedia platforms in the past week. The kind and generous souls that they are, then package this insightful analysis into their own multimedia bundle for you to download and enjoy.
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Here are this week’s show notes:
Windows Phone Launches to near Universal Acclaim – including Mac Fanboy Stephne Fry http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/843860-stephen-fry-hails-windows-mobile-7
PR TWITTER INFLUENCE
PR Influence on Twitter – an Old Boys Network?
David Brain’s original post
THE RISE AND RISE OF EBOOKS
Ebook Sales Rocket
As the iPad’s Kindle app doesn’t damage Amazon – but benefits them! http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/news/amazon-thrives-as-ipad-boosts-digital-content-sales/story-e6frg90o-1225938999903
RICK WAGHORN & 1000FLOWERS http://1000flowers.eventbrite.com/
TechCrunch Accuses Peter Preston of Sticking his fingers in his ears and saying Nah-nah-nah about the death of print http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/17/i-remember-when-this-were-nowt-but-printed-fields/
TAKING BIG BROTHER CULTURE TOO FAR?
Database to protect hotels and b and b owners Neil Campbell http://www.guestscan.co.uk/
For an interview with Neil Campbell, listen to Outlaw Radio from legal firm Pinsent Mason, with inhouse journalist Mathew Magee:
While Internet Eyes Offers £1000 Reward for Public to Stop Crime via CCTV
INDY LAUNCHES i PAPER