Posted by Matthew Watson
26 April The blogosphere and twittersphere is rife with journalists, PROs and members of the public identifying and publicising errors of judgment made by companies and PROs. It's argued that by drawing attention to 'PR fails' we can as an industry learn from these mistakes and collectively raise our game.One website that serves to draw attention to bad PR practices is PRfail.tumblr.com. It features PROs who have pointed out mistakes made by their peers or by the companies they represent, but is this wise?
twitter photo trends
Posted by Becky McMichael
26 April Came across this site today - twipick.com - courtesy of Steve Rubel. Twipick lets you view the masses of Twitter photos posted on any given topic. It uses the photos posted on twitpic.com with a particular tag and groups them by trending topics. Was a fun way to watch all the London Marathon photos being posted.
future of rss feeds?
Posted by Drew Benvie
25 April In the age of microblogging my RSS reader has started to gather dust. Feedly has changed that. It presents your news, buzz, blogs and everything else you need to digest in a format that is much more captivating, creative and useful. It is also social, and plugs into all other websites you use, showing buzz from the social web on them.