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  • Author: Adriana
  • Published: May 25th, 2006
  • Category: Travel
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Night Prague magic

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Tynsky chram in Staromestske namesti

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Jan Hus statue in Staromestske namesti

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Charles bridge

  • Author: Adriana
  • Published: May 24th, 2006
  • Category: Travel
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Master of the absurd

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Franz Kafka in Prague

  • Author: Adriana
  • Published: May 22nd, 2006
  • Category: Quotes
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Quote to remember

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The reason that clichés become clichés is that they are the hammers and screwdrivers in the toolbox of communication.

Inforum 2006

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Staromestske namesti, Prague
Staromestske namesti, Prague

About to start 3 hour workshop on social media at Inforum 2006. Yay.

On the road

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Wenceslas square, Prague
Wenceslas square, Prague

A place of disruption in the days gone by. These days I get my fill in virtual environment.

Quote to remember

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We’re really looking at making predictions here, and you can’t make good technology predictions if you only look at technology.

- Mark Anderson of Future in Review in Tech luminaries swap ideas on the future

Danny’s discontent

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A friend and a known UK vlogger, Danny Fleet, had an interesting run-in with the Old Big Media.

They [CNN] wanted to film me driving around in ‘the style of my vlog’. I asked if I could host it on my site for all and sundry – but to no avail – they wanted £1000 for the usage.

Loaded pun adds:

News agencies don’t interact although they want to give the impression that they do through the addition of comments on their sites, blog readings on the tv news, and user generated video content.

They harvest. They turn us into product and sell us back to ourselves – apparently, at £1000 a shot.

This reminds me of a comment by a Foxnews journalist made to Danny Finkelstein at an ASI event about journalism and bloggers a couple of weeks ago.

You don’t sell news anymore, you sell audiences.

Needless to say, the Times journalist looked rather puzzled by this.

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