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@tref on Twitter…Two Years, Ten Weeks, Two Days and Counting

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 28 July, 2010

I joined twitter 802 days ago on 17th May 2008. Since then as @tref on Twitter I have sent 2,623 tweets, an average of just over three a day. Not too bad for anyone who thinks I spend too long on the site. In June, according to twitter COO Dick Costolo twitter had 190 million users, growing by 300 thousand...

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Zi8 is a stunner and will drive internet bandwidth usage

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 18 November, 2009

Following on from the Jeff Pulver #140 Conference in London yesterday I’ve been trying out a new toy. This is the Zi8 HD digital video camera by Kodak and I have to tell you it is a stunner. Presented to me yesterday by Jeffrey Hayzlett, CMO of Kodak the HD video quality is outstanding and it is extremely easy...

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#140conf London – a melting pot for realtime communications

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 17 November, 2009

Today I’m with Jeff Pulver at his #140 conference at the O2 Indigo. Jeff originally (not that long ago actually so to use the word originally seems a little strange) started the #140conferences in February as a vehicle to capitalise on the Twitter revolution. Very quickly the theme of the conference has moved on to real time communications, rather...

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#140 characters conference London

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 3 September, 2009

I’ve just left a networking event organised by my friend Jeff Pulver to promote his forthcoming #140 characters conference (#140conf )in London.  Scheduled for November 17th/18th the event will take place at the O2 Arena. This will be the third such do organised by Jeff after the first in New York earlier this year and the forthcoming one in...

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Interview with Dean Elwood of voipuser.org

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 22 May, 2009

Dean Elwood runs the industry leading website voipuser.org. Over the 6 years this has been going Dean has come into contact with most of the major thought leaders in the communications space. He has also seen many of the new developments in VoIP play out in the form of discussion and comment on the website’s forum which has given...

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Businessinternet

#G20 summit security kept crowds away

By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 3 April, 2009

The G20 summit has been all the news this week.  I had planned to go to a Networking Brainstorming Breakfast co hosted by my friend @JeffPulver,  @PaulWalsh and Lauren Feldman. I was concerned that the level of security surrounding  the G20 would be prohibitive for travelling to London but I went anyway and to my surprise there was no...

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140 Characters Conference – pulver on twitter

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 23 March, 2009

I spent some of this morning with our marketing team discussing our twitter marketing strategy.  This is a very new field and it is interesting to see how people go about getting exposure on the site. For example I get people I’ve never heard of signing up as followers.  This prompts me to take a look at their profile and...

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Businessinternet

Interview with Jeff Pulver for "Hardcopy", newsletter of ISPA

By: tref | Monday, 23 February, 2009

The Digital Britain report dominates current debate in the UK internet related industry. Its aim is, broadly put, is to promote universal use of broadband and to stimulate the digital knowledge economy thus keeping the country competitive in the 21st century. Although facilitating the plumbing of this digital economy, the Government quite rightly leaves the innovation of new ideas...

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Interview with Jeff Pulver for “Hardcopy”, newsletter of ISPA

By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 23 February, 2009

The Digital Britain report dominates current debate in the UK internet related industry. Its aim is, broadly put, is to promote universal use of broadband and to stimulate the digital knowledge economy thus keeping the country competitive in the 21st century. Although facilitating the plumbing of this digital economy, the Government quite rightly leaves the innovation of new ideas...

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Twitter in action at SocComm

By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 10 February, 2009

I already posted about SocComm which is happening in New York today. Well I just caught up with it via Twitter and I’ve been blown away with what I saw. You can follow it at the SocComm web address http://www.soccomm.com/twitbuzz.html. When I looked it was during the government and regulation session and the tweets all address this. The main...

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Defining Moment In Social Networking

By: Trefor Davies | Sunday, 8 February, 2009

I’ve been conversing on Facebook with Jeff Pulver and am somewhat gutted that lack of time keeps me from attending his SocComm conference in New York this coming Tuesday, 10th February. Jeff has a lot of experience in running such events and is confident that this one “will represent a defining moment” in Social Networking. His line up of topics is...

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Businessinternet

Jeff Pulver Social Networking Breakfast & The Death Of Email

By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 28 January, 2009

I have just been to one of Jeff Pulver’s breakfasts and was completely bowled over with how effective his networking techniques are.  Jeff, as he told us in his speech, is naturally a very shy person. It’s taken me ten years to realise this. In order to overcome his shyness he has developed a technique for getting conversation going....

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Businessinternet

Jeff Pulver Social Networking Breakfast & The Death Of Email

By: tref | Wednesday, 28 January, 2009

I have just been to one of Jeff Pulver’s breakfasts and was completely bowled over with how effective his networking techniques are.  Jeff, as he told us in his speech, is naturally a very shy person. It’s taken me ten years to realise this. In order to overcome his shyness he has developed a technique for getting conversation going....

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Businessinternet

Is The UK An Innovation Backwater?

By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 8 January, 2009

I’m sure this is a subject that has raised its head on many occasion over the past decade or two. It struck me this morning that all the futuristic development work that I am looking at is based on technologies and services that have originated outside the UK. In particular Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, Digg it Yahoo, Google etc etc...

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    @tref on Twitter…Two Years, Ten Weeks, Two Days and Counting

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 28 July, 2010

    I joined twitter 802 days ago on 17th May 2008. Since then as @tref on Twitter I have sent 2,623 tweets, an average of just over three a day. Not too bad for anyone who thinks I spend too long on the site. In June, according to twitter COO Dick Costolo twitter had 190 million users, growing by 300 thousand...

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    Zi8 is a stunner and will drive internet bandwidth usage

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 18 November, 2009

    Following on from the Jeff Pulver #140 Conference in London yesterday I’ve been trying out a new toy. This is the Zi8 HD digital video camera by Kodak and I have to tell you it is a stunner. Presented to me yesterday by Jeffrey Hayzlett, CMO of Kodak the HD video quality is outstanding and it is extremely easy...

    0
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    #140conf London – a melting pot for realtime communications

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 17 November, 2009

    Today I’m with Jeff Pulver at his #140 conference at the O2 Indigo. Jeff originally (not that long ago actually so to use the word originally seems a little strange) started the #140conferences in February as a vehicle to capitalise on the Twitter revolution. Very quickly the theme of the conference has moved on to real time communications, rather...

    0
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    #140 characters conference London

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 3 September, 2009

    I’ve just left a networking event organised by my friend Jeff Pulver to promote his forthcoming #140 characters conference (#140conf )in London.  Scheduled for November 17th/18th the event will take place at the O2 Arena. This will be the third such do organised by Jeff after the first in New York earlier this year and the forthcoming one in...

    0
    Businessvoip hardware

    Interview with Dean Elwood of voipuser.org

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 22 May, 2009

    Dean Elwood runs the industry leading website voipuser.org. Over the 6 years this has been going Dean has come into contact with most of the major thought leaders in the communications space. He has also seen many of the new developments in VoIP play out in the form of discussion and comment on the website’s forum which has given...

    0
    Businessinternet

    #G20 summit security kept crowds away

    By: Trefor Davies | Friday, 3 April, 2009

    The G20 summit has been all the news this week.  I had planned to go to a Networking Brainstorming Breakfast co hosted by my friend @JeffPulver,  @PaulWalsh and Lauren Feldman. I was concerned that the level of security surrounding  the G20 would be prohibitive for travelling to London but I went anyway and to my surprise there was no...

    0
    Businessinternetsocial networking

    140 Characters Conference – pulver on twitter

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 23 March, 2009

    I spent some of this morning with our marketing team discussing our twitter marketing strategy.  This is a very new field and it is interesting to see how people go about getting exposure on the site. For example I get people I’ve never heard of signing up as followers.  This prompts me to take a look at their profile and...

    0
    Businessinternet

    Interview with Jeff Pulver for "Hardcopy", newsletter of ISPA

    By: tref | Monday, 23 February, 2009

    The Digital Britain report dominates current debate in the UK internet related industry. Its aim is, broadly put, is to promote universal use of broadband and to stimulate the digital knowledge economy thus keeping the country competitive in the 21st century. Although facilitating the plumbing of this digital economy, the Government quite rightly leaves the innovation of new ideas...

    0
    Businessinternet

    Interview with Jeff Pulver for “Hardcopy”, newsletter of ISPA

    By: Trefor Davies | Monday, 23 February, 2009

    The Digital Britain report dominates current debate in the UK internet related industry. Its aim is, broadly put, is to promote universal use of broadband and to stimulate the digital knowledge economy thus keeping the country competitive in the 21st century. Although facilitating the plumbing of this digital economy, the Government quite rightly leaves the innovation of new ideas...

    0
    End Userinternet

    Twitter in action at SocComm

    By: Trefor Davies | Tuesday, 10 February, 2009

    I already posted about SocComm which is happening in New York today. Well I just caught up with it via Twitter and I’ve been blown away with what I saw. You can follow it at the SocComm web address http://www.soccomm.com/twitbuzz.html. When I looked it was during the government and regulation session and the tweets all address this. The main...

    0
    AppsEnd Userinternet

    Defining Moment In Social Networking

    By: Trefor Davies | Sunday, 8 February, 2009

    I’ve been conversing on Facebook with Jeff Pulver and am somewhat gutted that lack of time keeps me from attending his SocComm conference in New York this coming Tuesday, 10th February. Jeff has a lot of experience in running such events and is confident that this one “will represent a defining moment” in Social Networking. His line up of topics is...

    0
    Businessinternet

    Jeff Pulver Social Networking Breakfast & The Death Of Email

    By: Trefor Davies | Wednesday, 28 January, 2009

    I have just been to one of Jeff Pulver’s breakfasts and was completely bowled over with how effective his networking techniques are.  Jeff, as he told us in his speech, is naturally a very shy person. It’s taken me ten years to realise this. In order to overcome his shyness he has developed a technique for getting conversation going....

    0
    Businessinternet

    Jeff Pulver Social Networking Breakfast & The Death Of Email

    By: tref | Wednesday, 28 January, 2009

    I have just been to one of Jeff Pulver’s breakfasts and was completely bowled over with how effective his networking techniques are.  Jeff, as he told us in his speech, is naturally a very shy person. It’s taken me ten years to realise this. In order to overcome his shyness he has developed a technique for getting conversation going....

    0
    Businessinternet

    Is The UK An Innovation Backwater?

    By: Trefor Davies | Thursday, 8 January, 2009

    I’m sure this is a subject that has raised its head on many occasion over the past decade or two. It struck me this morning that all the futuristic development work that I am looking at is based on technologies and services that have originated outside the UK. In particular Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, Digg it Yahoo, Google etc etc...

    0