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Digital Futures seminars in review

So I’ve been busy with things: namely the Digital Futures seminars last Tuesday, which was much better than the previous conference.

The two speakers I saw – Mike from Idaho again and Richard Adams from Chemistry Group – presented plenty of good ideas. Amongst them:

  • To be successful online people have to be able to find, share, play with, talk about and recommend what you do
  • Privacy will increasingly become a premium (paid-for) service
  • Likewise, community-owned networks will develop in the future
  • Create content that can be edited easily for different platforms
  • Match the feeling of your product with the experience of your web presence

I came away with some good ideas this time and felt that I actually learnt something this time.

The next series of seminars, which appears to be more commerce-based, takes place on April 3.

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Thanks to your earlier tip-off, I was able to attend this event, and I agree with your assessment of it – HERE. In fact during the twoor three days which followed Mike Ryan’s presentation, I saw mention of two things he featured: Marks & Spenser are upping their use of RFID, and there was an enthusiastic feature on Joost in Thursday’s GRAUNIAD.

I’m hoping the second series will be as good.

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