Tag: nmk 2007
NMK Forum 2007 – liveblogging from London
Today I’m liveblogging straight from the NMK Forum 2007, (New Media Knowledge), which is an annual conference dealing with social media, and the impact it has on the future.
NMK 2007: Social networks dominated by "white, middle-class males"
More sparky debate from today’s NMK 07 Forum in London, which Kat is liveblogging. Jemima Gibbons from Interactiveknowhow put the cat among the pigeons in the day’s second debate, by claiming that social networking sites are dominated by white, middle-class males.
NMK 2007: BBC admits it can learn a lot from YouTube and social media
Today’s NMK 2007 conference in London saw a panel session on ‘Media, Publishing and Advertising: Old Guard, New Tricks’ which discussed how Big Media is facing up to the challenges and opportunities of social media.
NMK 2007: Jason Calacanis' Mahalo Greenhouse will pay YOU for writing search results
Today sees a bunch of Web 2.0 luminaries converging on London for the NMK 2007 conference, debating all aspects of social media. Kat is there liveblogging it as we speak. And the big news so far has been the announcement of Malaho Greenhouse, which is offering to pay internet users to submit search results, which will be used on search engine Mahalo.com.