The Hedon Blog is in good company in its efforts to bring local news/info to local people. The New York Times in efforts to tackle reduced advertising income for its traditional newspaper has launched the first two of what it calls “The Local”. These are new local blogs […]
In response to my friends on Facebook, who receive automatic updates from this blog, to the question “What’s a blog”, then I’ve included the following explanation from YouTube. Blogs in Plain English (with a US accent!) is a good introduction. Other explanations of the new internet ‘social media’ […]
This is a flyer which I hope readers can use to promote this blog. This is a Scribd embedded document. You can sign up for this useful service and publish your own documents. Scribd iPaper documents are built with Adobe Flash, so if you can watch videos on […]
You can get involved in this Blog. The Author Ray Duff wants other folk to help write and publish material about and related to Hedon. Can you help? Do you want a new ‘blogging’ hobby with occasional meet-ups with other interested people? Do you want to learn how […]
This is part of a series of articles about information and communication technologies that could be used in Hedon as part of online initiatives. Skype is free software that makes computer-to-computer phone calls possible. It is not the only VoIP system out there (Voice over Internet Protocol – […]
Yoosk? is described by its creators as an “interactive interview magazine”. This novel website enables you to directly post questions to politicians and celebrities and if your question proves popular with other users, then the website contacts the person and prompts them to reply to your question. You […]
Discovered the This is YourMail website – a place to join and generate discussion amongst other things. I have started a conversation about Twitter based on my previous Blog post; catch it at YourSay Forums.
Twitter seems to be the talk of the town at the moment… well the chat on the Blogosphere at least! We can now refer to the Twitterverse. The Hull Daily Mail correspondent Voice of Reason, however, complains of “a bizarre new world in which no one really communicates […]