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Matthew Buckland

Matthew Buckland

    Matthew Buckland: A pioneer’s path in the blogsphere
    Matthew Buckland: A pioneer’s path in the blogsphere
    Thought Leader was ahead of its time and enthusiastically received by the country. Essentially a group blogging platform, Thought Leader allowed...
    The unwavering persistence of entrepreneurs
    The unwavering persistence of entrepreneurs
    The following is a transcription of a keynote speech made by Memeburn publisher and Creative Spark founder Matthew Buckland at the Youth...
    App, app and away
    App, app and away
    Chris Anderson is one of the world's foremost commentators on web trends and future technologies. He publishes Wired magazine, an...
    Online ads: Don't be chicken
    Online ads: Don't be chicken
    Would you believe that there are still a few online media doubters left in South Africa? Most have now emigrated to Afghanistan where the pace of...
    SA journalists embrace blogs
    SA journalists embrace blogs
    Chaos broke out on the South African blogosphere recently, and it was all caused by a journalist.
    Newspapers face pricey future
    Newspapers face pricey future
    In a recent Associated Press article, European editors were interviewed about where they see the future of the newspaper. In the face of declining...
    Gimme some link-love
    Gimme some link-love
    Without linking there wouldn't be an internet.
    Upwardly mobile
    Upwardly mobile
    Since the ugly days of wap, phones have got a lot smarter and more efficient at accessing the web.
    Online ads: What's working?
    Online ads: What's working?
    The internet allows us to target advertising to an unprecedented degree, so why are most banner ads still served on such a hit-and-miss basis?...
    Decline of the Homepage
    Decline of the Homepage
    Remember when the main way to surf a website was via its homepage?
    Online 'permanence'
    Online 'permanence'
    Content on a website should never die. Never, ever. To delete content on a website is a waste. Online articles and their links should be permanent....
    Magazines slow to embrace online
    Magazines slow to embrace online
    Magazines aren't big online. Websites of print magazines have had a rather low profile in more than ten years of internet in this country. Compare...