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Neville Hobson's weblog: comment and opinion on business communication and technology.



Updated: 2006-02-22T08:57:25+00:00

 



The last post at NevOn

2006-02-22T08:57:25+00:00

From today, I won't be posting here at NevOn any longer. This blog now becomes an archive, the place of record, of my writings and conversations since July 2004. I've moved to a new home, a place where I hope...

From today, I won't be posting here at NevOn any longer. This blog now becomes an archive, the place of record, of my writings and conversations since July 2004.

I've moved to a new home, a place where I hope we can continue those conversations. That place is http://www.nevillehobson.com

If you subscribe to the NevOn FeedBurner RSS feed, your subscription should continue seamlessly for the new blog. If you subscibe via any other means, you'll need to manually update your subscription. Here the link to the new feed:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/Nevillehobsoncom

So I'd like to welcome you to NevilleHobson.com, my new home on the internet.

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I'll be doing some housekeeping and tidying-up here during the coming days as I continue afresh at the new place. Look forward to seeing you there!

[Update 22 March] A little bit of reorganizing here. Main thing - changed commenting to require TypeKey sign-in first. Why? It's the only way I can think of to try and stop the constant stream of spam I see in the comment moderation queue. As TypePad doesn't let me switch off commenting for archive posts except manually per post -  site-wide switch-off is not an option: imagine having to manually change each of nearly 1,500 posts - this is the next-best thing. Can't do much about spam trackbacks to archives, though.




The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #113: February 20, 2006

2006-02-20T20:48:00+00:00

Content summary: Luke Armour's PR paper download; New Communications Forum 2006; announcing IABC conference podcasts; what we've been up to this past week; the Techcrunch party; IABC Communication Commons launches; influential authorities on business blogging - survey; WELS goes to...



Switch to new blog imminent

2006-02-20T10:20:00+00:00

Regular readers of this blog will know that I've been experimenting with the Movable Type and WordPress blog platforms since last August, with a move to a new blog the planned conclusion of that experimenting. It's taken longer than I...



Imagine if Chevron had used a blog instead

2006-02-19T14:18:45+00:00

Listening this morning to a BBC World Service radio interview with Peter Robertson, vice-chairman of the Chevron oil company, I was struck in particular by his commentary about a website where the public can join Chevron in an online discussion...



New FeedDemon beta released

2006-02-18T07:36:44+00:00

Beta 2 of FeedDemon 2, the RSS aggregator for Windows, was released this week. If you've been testing FD's development versions since release 1.5, this latest beta is worth getting. I've just installed it and the first thing I notice...



Under the weather

2006-02-18T07:31:08+00:00

'Knocked for six' could be another idiomatic way of describing my state of being this past two days. Since returning from the Manchester conference midweek, I've been out of action with a malaise that kept me firmly in bed until...



The Hobson and Holtz Report - Podcast #112: February 16, 2006

2006-02-16T21:53:00+00:00

Content summary: Steve Rubel and Micro Persuasion move to Edelman; approaching communication issues using new media; delivering the new PR in Manchester; has PR figured out podcasting yet?; Technorati and the Magic Middle; Dan York's report; listeners' comments discussion; the...



Ridiculous wifi charges

2006-02-14T14:55:47+00:00

Sitting in departure lounge 3 at Schiphol airport, waiting for my flight to Manchester. As is natural at times and places like this when you have a spare sixty minutes or so, I connect to the net to pick up...



The Hobson and Holtz Report - Podcast #111: February 13, 2006

2006-02-13T22:09:00+00:00

Content summary: Low ethics pay-for-placement PR; Luke Armour's PR paper; RSS software converts content into spam blogs; Eric Schwartzman interviews The New Yorker Magazine's Ken Auletta; Coca-Cola sends bloggers to Torino; NBC's The Office character blog; Lee Hopkins report; are...



Daily Telegraph's new media expansion

2006-02-13T05:56:34+00:00

Another indicator of how some mainstream media see podcasting as a big opportunity - The Daily Telegraph is advertising for two Podcast Reporters/Producers: [...] We are looking for two individuals who are capable of creating high quality and engaging Podcasts...

Another indicator of how some mainstream media see podcasting as a big opportunity - The Daily Telegraph is advertising for two Podcast Reporters/Producers:

[...] We are looking for two individuals who are capable of creating high quality and engaging Podcasts that feature comment and opinion from both internal and external sources. The successful candidates will be expected to write, voice, edit and upload audio content. A proven track record in journalism is essential. Full training will be provided on the technical aspects of the role.

The Telegraph launched its daily podcasts last November, and hired a podcast editor in December - apparently the first role of its kind in the mainstream media in the UK.

(Via Hugh Fraser)

Interesting things going on with other new media at the Telegraph - they now have ten journalists with individual blogs and a group blog.

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The New PR in Manchester

2006-02-13T05:44:09+00:00

Just finalizing preparations for my participation in a terrific conference taking place in Manchester, England, this week, which sees the Angels of The North team reunited again - Philip Young, Chris Rushton, Tom Murphy, Elizabeth Albrycht, Stuart Bruce and me,...



Orchant insights continue at ZDNet

2006-02-13T05:41:05+00:00

If you've been a follower of Marc Orchant's insightful commentaries over at The Office Weblog about all things to do with office productivity, cool tools, gadgets and Microsoft Office, note that he's moved house. From the beginning of February, Marc's...



WindowBlinds workaround for Windows Vista

2006-02-11T14:51:39+00:00

John Peddie's TechWatch: [...] Over 600 million PCs shipped in the last 3 years, and are still in service. These are the ones that are most logical to upgrade with the new Vista operating system. However, because of the low...



The richness of blogs

2006-02-11T12:24:01+00:00

One of the best articles about the value of blogs that I've read in a long time was posted by Robin Good yesterday. Information Overload: Blogs As Content Navigators, Information Filters, Trusted Niche Guides provides a good perspective on one...



Factoring blogs into crisis communication planning

2006-02-11T10:46:10+00:00

A feature on blogs in the current issue of The Economist hardly adds any value with a subject focus that's been flogged to death by some sections of the mainstream media, notably Forbes magazine last October. Bloggers can be vicious...