Posted by Colin Byrne
10 August Interesting article in yesterday's Observer by Rafael Behr on the political battleground that is the internet. The battleground Behr analyses isn't what a lot of us focus on - e-campaigning. Truth is, Cameron has won hands down on this already, with Labour continuing to be in disarray over the fallout from the McBride affair and with Gordon Brown's YouTube movie rapidly becoming the noughties' version of Neil Kinnock's infamous Sheffield 1992 election rally as a landmark (mis-)communications event in the eyes of the political analysts.
Phone or email?
Posted by Paul Stallard
10 August I have a simple question for you. If you had to choose which communication device you had to lose between the phone or email, what would it be? When I was discussing such a scenario with one of my colleagues I was surprised to see that we both had different answers.
Spinvox winning race
Posted by Danny Whatmough
5 August I like to judge the issues of the day that are particularly relevant to me not by Twitter trending topics or the most read list on BBC.co.uk, but by the articles that crop up in my RSS reader ... If these are indeed a fair reflection of what is and isn't hot right now (in my world), then Spinvox is certainly winning at the moment. On both counts!