Wolfgang Grulke So, it's finally happening...

I think that this is a major new trend in open business communications - away from "Corporate-speak gobbledegook press releases" - and it will transform business. It's what the Cluetrain Manifesto envisaged in 2000 and what is now being forced on business with the massive impact of the Internet and mobile technologies.
Posted: 17 April 2005 at 00:00

Wolfgang Grulke BusinessWeek Cover Story 2 May 2005

Look past the yakkers, hobbyists, and political mobs. Your customers and rivals are figuring blogs out. BW advice:
Catch up...or catch you later. WG Comment: You heard it 'first' on MindBullets! (see new link)

Posted: 22 April 2005 at 14:47

Wolfgang Grulke www.BoingBoing.net

Must be one the best blogs - have a look at this "Directory of Wonderful Things"
Posted: 1 May 2005 at 17:50

Gareth Ochse Media Moguls eye Blogs

Hi all,

A very interesting read on blogs vs traditional media can be seen at:

The article is too large to be included here, but the read is worthwhile.

Posted: 5 May 2005 at 11:15

Doug Vining RE: Media Moguls eye Blogs

Also interesting to see that the provisional program for the Stanford Innovation Summit in July includes the Dislocation of Media and Tapping into the Blogosphere.
Posted: 5 May 2005 at 11:35

Doug Vining Google introduces mobile blogging

Posted: 11 May 2005 at 16:17

Doug Vining News on mobile phones

MTC-Vodafone signs BBC deal
MANAMA: MTC-Vodafone (Bahrain) and BBC World, the BBC's international English-language news and information channel, have signed an agreement to make BBC World available full-time to mobile customers through MTC-Vodafone's Live TV service.

It means MTC-Vodafone customers can watch BBC World on mobile phones equipped with Live TV at any time. The service will be introduced soon, according to a statement issued yesterday.

"We are very pleased with the results achieved since the launch of our unique and innovative Live TV in July 2004," said MTC-Vodafone chief operating officer Dr Marwan Al Ahmadi.

"We envisage that in the near future more people will be watching the news via their mobile phones than at home in front of their TV set.

Posted: 2 June 2005 at 08:57

Doug Vining Camera phones capture images in London attacks

Posted: 10 July 2005 at 21:29

Doug Vining RE: Camera phones capture images in London...

More recently, the BBC received 6,500 e-mailed mobile images and video clips showing the fires at the Buncefield oil depot, thousands more than the number received after the London bombings.
Posted: 5 January 2006 at 10:22

Doug Vining Maybe they read this MindBullet!

AOL launches online TV

[Reuters] - Time Warner's AOL plans to launch a free Internet television service by early 2006.
Posted: 16 November 2005 at 14:22

Doug Vining Vlogging is the new word

New craze hits internet
News24 - 4 hours ago
Washington - From the internet counter-culture which spawned blogs and podcasts comes the newest thing in new media: vlogging.
Posted: 19 December 2005 at 20:53

Doug Vining Sky offers TV for PCs, mobiles and iPods

Posted: 11 January 2006 at 21:16

Doug Vining Alliance formed to promote mobile TV

Nokia, Intel, Motorola and other wireless equipment makers have formed an alliance to promote an emerging technology standard for delivering live TV to mobile phones.
Posted: 25 January 2006 at 08:28

Doug Vining Sony Ericsson Unwraps Blogging Phones

PC World - 28 February 2006
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications announced several new phones on Tuesday, including two that carry Sony's Cyber-shot brand and come with 3.2-megapixel cameras that are integrated with Google's Blogger application.
Posted: 28 February 2006 at 17:57

Doug Vining London bombings spurred citizen journalism

7 July 2005 marked a turning point for the media.
That was the day the phenomenon of "user-generated content" or "citizens' journalism" came into its own in Britain, as members of the public took over the roles of photographers and news correspondents.
That day, the BBC received 22,000 e-mails and text messages about the London tube and bus bombings.
There were 300 photos - 50 within an hour of the first bomb going off - and several video sequences.
Posted: 7 July 2006 at 10:24

Doug Vining Continuous recording

Waymarkr. 'WayMarkr gives users an alternative perspective on their daily interactions by documenting continuously and effortlessly their life. All you have to do is install the Waymarkr software on your Internet enabled Series 60 mobile phone. Once the software is enabled, your phone will continously take photographs of your events and perspectives. All photographs are sent to a remote server so your phone never runs out of space. You can then login to the Waymarkr web site, annotate and share your photos, see stop motion movies of your captured event and map out where your images were taken. You can also see other user's photos that were taken at the same time and place as yours.'
Posted: 21 September 2006 at 08:30

Doug Vining Smart Phone Used in NYC Crash Coverage

Fox News used video from a Treo while covering the commuter plane crash in New York. Citizen journalism is almost here.
Posted: 18 October 2006 at 08:34

Doug Vining Yahoo, Reuters launch eyewitness photo site

CBC News
Camera and video phone users around the world are being invited to contribute as photojournalists to a new online project for Yahoo and Reuters.

Posted: 6 December 2006 at 15:18

Doug Vining CNN scooped by Twitter

As this MindBullet foresaw, we won't need networks like CNN to break the news for us. Rather we will be feeding breaking stories to the TV networks via social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Of course, when we published this scenario in 2005, Twitter didn't exist yet!
A FuturesForum post (titled: "CNN scooped by Twitter") refers to this MindBullet. The full FuturesForum post can be read here: http://www.futureworld.org/PublicZone/FuturesForum/BlogDetails.aspx?PostID=fad41a7b-4729-48a8-b8c4-99741491edc3
Posted: 3 May 2011 at 09:00

Anton Musgrave The ultimate tool for democracy?

As we approach a new year, we remember the unexpected changes that 2011 ushered in...many brought about by the ubiquitous mobile phone. This is the worlds most often used camera, telephone (at times) tweet machine, FB logger, blogging device, GPS etc. It may also be voted as the most important tool in ensuring openness, transparency, collaboration, sharing and the ability to vote, influence change and bring down governments! Our 2005 MindBullet saw this as a possible future scenario!
A FuturesForum post (titled: "The ultimate tool for democracy?") refers to this MindBullet. The full FuturesForum post can be read here: http://www.futureworld.org/PublicZone/FuturesForum/BlogDetails.aspx?PostID=35a3a6b0-18a2-41f8-a035-224d3fc36fa9
Posted: 30 December 2011 at 17:58
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