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Amazon UK has launched a grocery store, complete with listings for beer and spirits. Now just as Amazon was called the death of the local bookshop, is this the death not only of the local grocer but also the smaller ...

The row over the Apple iPhone 4 reception signal goes on (with many not convinced about Apple’s response); there were grumblings over iPhone 4 availability, some moaned about pricing, there’s the ongoing ...

Think about it. Many of the senior people in marketing (who are male, which is still the case more often than not) at the moment are all going “we want blogs, we want Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, podcasts, ...

Interesting couple of days in the old Scottish Social Media Scene (I’m actually starting to think that the balloon’s about to burst but that’s a post for another day – or a sign I need to get ...

The Sun – like many other publications has brought out an iPad app – and it’s something I’ve been waiting a long time for – the full and proper paper in a digital form. But ...

It’s the last one of the season! After this the SSMD’s will be taking a hiatus until August and then returning with monthly events in Glasgow and Edinburgh (on fixed monthly dates no less!) but ...

This funny post about a World Cup PR and podcast FAIL got me chuckling, but also wondering: why is it that a lot of PRs don’t listen to podcasts? (yes, it’s sweeping generalisation time!)

Following on from talking about if you can’t say something nice, STFU… apprently some people feel I’ve been dissing the upcoming Scotland140 event and that I, little megamouth me, should STFU. ...

As part of the chat over  #wedge2010 a little factoid emerged: a New York Times story is tweeted every 4 seconds. To which I have to say – that’s very nice for The NY Times but ultimately it’s ...

The Scotsman has launched an iPhone app which is subscription-based and may be quite interesting (I’ll do a review once I’ve downloaded it) and it’s good to see a paper getting into the app market ...