Articles Written By: Jye

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Making LinkedIn Groups Functional

Finally, it appears something is being done about LinkedIn and its appalling group system.  Previously, you could create groups.  And that's about it. To get people in is completely manual, and they need to be approved manually. Anyone who has dealt with them will understand. 484

When Bloggers Strike Back and Human Behaviour

Writers, ranters, influencers.. engaging with the audience. It seems there are lots of shiny new words going around about us bloggers at the moment - even 'blog people', which I imagine to be short, small orange fellows living in the mountains of cyber space.  Think oompaloompas. Previously, we've seen the bloggers…

iPhone letting down video blogging

On Saturday I started video blogging - but my shiny new iPhone is letting me down because I can't do video blogs out and about when I have the urge to do it. Devices and technology should allow us to fulfill these urges.  Not hinder them. Update: If anyone would…

12second.tv: 12 second jye

Seven days ago I finally decided to jump onto video, and over the past week I've already started to collect my thoughts about why I think it's good for everyone. I decided on 12second.tv over YouTube. What's so special about another video platform? Nothing. But it's the way it has…

August 08: Site Developments, Thank You

to write, muse, dream, strategise, and scream about social media and the online digital industry If you've been following my blog for the past few weeks, you would have noticed a lot of change, not only in style, but in functionality. So I thought I'd take a minute to look…

The Growing Life Almost Shut Down

I've been a fan of the life-hack blog The Growing Life for some time now and it turns out it was almost shut down by the author, Clay Collins.  This is one of the most honest and real blog posts I've ever read.  Some really open insights into the author's…

social media djs: beyond the mashup

"The music we select, share, shape and import back into our ongoing mix helps shape what we are." Every so often you hear a phrase that makes you stop and think.  Came across this one from David Cushman's post at /Message.  I think this is a really unique look at…