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Published: 2006-03-05T17:05:43+01:00

 



Launch of members feeds syndication

2006-03-05T17:05:43+01:00

We all have our blogs to handle and since the beginning it has been quite difficult to make everyone posting on a regular basis here, which means additional works for already busy people, knowing that what is of most interest...



Best wishes and plans for 2006

2006-01-03T22:59:31+01:00

I would like to wish you all a happy new year with a lot of personal and professional success. This is also a new year for the club and this blog, and I have to say I've been facing some...



Tagging: Into the Mind of the CEO

2005-12-21T00:52:42+01:00

I am cross-posting this from my personal blog, Znetlady: ModernMediaModo. Blogging is often offered up as a tactic CEOs should employ to humanize the seemingly too distant CEO or as a way to communicate regularly and effectively to internal audiences....



Which are the best blog search engines?

2005-10-23T15:13:33+02:00

Who Really Are the Elite Bloggers? And What are the Best Ways to Measure a Blog's Reach? Our NYU college intern Chris Duncan and I (much more Chris than I) have been researching the efficacy of the various blog ranking...



Have you heard about blooks ?

2005-10-11T15:15:24+02:00

A blook is a printed and bound book, based on a blog. Most famous ones are from 'Salam Pax: The Clandestine Diary of an Ordinary Iraqi' (Grove Press), the eye-witness accounts of the Iraq war by the blogger known as...



Culture, language and thinking

2005-09-24T19:55:13+02:00

I sometimes think that people in areas like Europe, where the mix – and sometimes clash – of multiple languages and cultures are a part of daily life, might think differently than people who dwell in more culturally homogeneous areas...



How Friendster Blew It

2005-09-13T14:45:02+02:00

Scott Rafer hits it on the head: If Jonathan had instead of found a way to accommodate hundreds of thousands passionate users who were doing a ton of free work on his behalf, I don’t think we would have ever...



Thinking about Ethics and Transparency

2005-09-02T13:32:47+02:00

I have been doing some more thinking about ethics and transparency, and I'd like to share some of my thoughts with you in the hope that you will respond with your ideas. My basic premise is: ...that truth and transparency...



One year !

2005-09-01T17:50:44+02:00

Today is the first birthday of the CEO Bloggers' Club. I launched this club last sumer without precisely knowing how it will grow and how many will join us, I have to say that I've been impressed by the result...



Community Broadband

2005-07-20T14:32:01+02:00

What are people seeing with regards to Community Broadband initiatives? Vermont has some very interesting things going on, but I sometimes wonder about how the speed of technology will impact some of these community initiatves.



Blogs and Journalism: overview of the situation in France

2005-06-13T18:36:08+02:00

This week I've been invited by Don Dunnington, President of the IAOC, to animate a discussion on the IAOC blog about "Blogging Europe", each day will be a different topic and 4/5 countries will react and give their point of...



Innovate!Europe Reminder

2005-06-08T12:39:13+02:00

We're just a few days away from the first edition of Innovate!Europe that will take place on June 13-15 in the great city of Zaragoza, Spain. Produced by the Guidewire Group, this conference will try and set the agenda for...



The CRM Sales Cycle

2005-05-22T13:23:04+02:00

I have worked with a number of different Customer Relationship Management Software packages as both a manager, staff member, president, sales executive, Support engineer and passionate technologist. Certainly they each have slightly different features, but the niche is really about...



Blogger Dinner in Paris

2005-04-13T01:03:09+02:00

Jeff Clavier and Marc Goldberg will be hosting a dinner at l’Area (brazilian/lebanese fusion cuisine) on April 26 at 20:00. Expected topics: vc financing, blogging, photosharing (buzznet users most welcome :-), and frankly anything we'll all feel like talking about....



Being the Bridge

2005-04-11T16:39:19+02:00

I often take the role of "bridge" and end up introducing business person A to business person B. This win/win introduction then creates business for person A and B that would not have occurred had I not first introduced them...