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June 28, 2010  3:54 PM

A contribution to the “paid vs free” online content debate

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Internet, journalism, online, Web

The only newspaper I buy on a regular basis is The Sunday Times. If I'm going to buy a daily paper, it will usually be a copy of The Times. I like the presentation, the tone, the journalism, the opinion and in particular the sports coverage. It's clear that if I had to pick a...

December 9, 2009  4:31 PM

Google wants publishers to stay on board

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
Google, Meyer, news, online

Google said it respected the copyright of publishers and doesn't want to lose any from its index.

Marissa Meyer, VP at Google, told delegates at Le Web conference in Paris, that it respected publishers' copyright.

"Google wants to be as comprehensive a search as possible,...

January 13, 2009  6:25 PM

New media, new journalism and the New York Times

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
journalsim, online, social media

I am really interested in the way traditional media companies, like the one I work for, handle the move online. I guess its because I work at the coalface where that change is happening and I am also utterly fascinated about new ways of communicating (social media) and how journalism is changing...

October 2, 2008  5:20 PM

Bandwith in the hands of YouTube

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
Linkedin, online, YouTube

I was at an online new media conference yesterday where I learnt a few interesting facts:

If you're worried about the world's bandwith disappearing then blame YouTube. Did you know that YouTube uses 10% of the world's internet bandwith, has 350...

May 12, 2008  10:05 AM

Video round-up (for last week, better late than never!)

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
online, Video

Facebook was in the news again last week as the social networking site was used to organise a huge water fight in city centres across the country on Bank Holiday Monday last week. The Facebook posting saw about 350 people gather at...

April 7, 2008  12:26 PM

How we got from 1 to 162 million websites

ComputerWeeklyStaff Profile: ComputerWeeklyStaff
Internet, online, presentations, Websites

I just been pointed to this graph about the growth in the number of websites online and how we got from one back in December 1990 to 100,000 in 1996 to the 162 million there is now. It is an interesting graph even if most of us are already well aware...

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