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 video theme

Green things for all the family

More funny Green Thing videos and games to persuade you to turn the lights off and make your own amusement.

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UK opposition party makes Open Source Software promise

George Osborne of the UK Conservatives has promised his party will boost the use of Open Source Software by government if they are elected, in an excellent speech about the social web.

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A Supermarket with a YouTube problem

Supermarket chain Somerfield tries to crack down on in-store prank videos being shared via YouTube

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Autonomy preparing video search assault from China

Video search set to be a big growth area as TV channels broadbast online

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Watching people use software

“the pervasive use of live video and screen video, in combination, to observe and analyze how people really use (or fail to use) software”

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Pictures worth a thousand protests

How simple distributed technology can be used to make a difference to people under threat

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Jeremy Allaire: thoughts on Maven Networks

Jeremy Allaire is raving about Maven Networks, who developed a new form of broadband video distribution that is only 10% as costly as streaming.

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