From prweek.com/uk: From our bloggers

- The 'new' twitter

Paul Armstrong, 27 September

All in all not bad but kinda 'meh'. There's a LOT of white space that usually equals ads (now or in the future). Overall an interesting UI upgrade that offers the user a much more fluid/helpful way of using Twitter.

Still some glaring omissions. I'd still like to see a better way to tame the hose - why lists haven't been made easier to create/use is a mystery to me. I like the 'drilling down' feeling the tweaks give the user but you have to dig. Maybe that's the point but it's a step in the right direction ...

- Brand Licensing Europe

Matt Bourn, 27 September

Useful things to know about Brand Licensing Europe 2010: Andrew Davenport, the award-winning creator, writer and composer of the children's television phenomenon, In The Night Garden, and co-creator and writer of the global smash television hit, Teletubbies, will deliver the 2010 keynote speech on Tuesday 28 September at 13:00 ...

- Ryder Cup 'bans' tweeting

Steve Chisholm, 27 September

I've just been reading on the BBC that some of this weekend's competitors in golf's Ryder Cup have been 'banned' from tweeting. Four players in the European team and five from the US side use Twitter but have decided to refrain until after the end of the competition. Whether an edict has come down from upon high - or whether they have taken a personal decision - I know not.

But what I do know is that tweeting for the individual high-profile sports star will not last in its current form.

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