Blogging was where we began, and how we built our company so we have preserved this archive to show how our thinking developed over a decade of developing the use of social technology inside organisations


Posts with a blogging theme

The WordPress London September Meetup at Headshift

Following on from the success of our previous meetups, Headshift is once again hosting the WordPress London meetup in our offices on Thursday 22nd September. Here’s rough outline of the programme for the coming event agenda for next week. If you’re interested, don’t forget to RVSP through the meetup group 7.00pm – Welcome 7:10 pm… read full post

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We’re hosting the next London WordPress Meetup – come along!

We’re big fans of WordPress at Headshift. A fair few of us have been building sites with it since the 1.2 days, and these days, a good portion of our work involves extending it for clients, and advising them on how to get the most from the platform. In fact, if you’re viewing this post… read full post

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Headshift’s Recent Participation at Journalism & Media Events

I’ve been really busy speaking at different events the past few weeks and, although I’m usually pretty good at letting people know where I’ll be speaking, I’ve not managed to tell you much about how the events actually went or what I learned, so here’s a round-up. At the end of October, I spent an… read full post

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All aboard the BlogBoat

On Sunday, I’ll be in Ghent to take part in Blog Boat 1.0 – Citizen Journalism. During the afternoon, an invitation only “meeting of the minds” will bring together journalists, academics and bloggers to discuss the future of citizen journalism and, in the evening, I’ll be moderating a free (registration required) interactive debate with Dan… read full post

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Did twitter kill the blogging star?

In an opinion piece for Wired, Valleywag’s Paul Boutin makes the rather tenuous assertion that blogging is dead. He writes, “Thinking about launching your own blog? Here’s some friendly advice: Don’t. And if you’ve already got one, pull the plug. Writing a weblog today isn’t the bright idea it was four years ago.The blogosphere, once… read full post

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Cutting-edge blogging seminar

We have just a few spaces left for a special seminar about blogging which we’re co-hosting in with Six Apart, makers of the blogging tool Movable Type.  The event, taking place this Thursday (25 Sept. 2008) in London, is aimed at helping senior editors, social media stakeholders, online community managers and those leading corporate blogging… read full post

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Six Apart adds ads and services

Six Apart have announced some interesting new areas of business for their blogging platform, with more to come…

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Blogging Ambassadors

Another Foreign Office blogger: Britain’s Ambassador to Bosnia

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Good uses for the interweb: overcoming our ignorance of Iran

Two online initiatives to improve our understanding of Iran

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