Twitter: småt men godt

Tweet Overskrift.dk kom forleden med deres årlige opgørelse over den danske blogosfære – inkl. twitter-brug. For Twitter er tallene er små – 28.000 danskere har aktive twitterprofiler. Ikke meget, og heller ikke stigende, som det ses her på overskrift.dk’s graf over 2010. Mediawatchs Ole Nørskov spurgte mig om mine kommentarer til en historie om det.[…]

Twitter isn’t really taking off in Libya?

Tweet Trendsmap.com is a facinating service, outlining what beeing twitted around the world. In Libya, a contry in the midst of a revolution against dictator Gaddafi, they’re right now tweeing about “Tripoli”, “Gaddafi” and “Feb17”. But the volume doesn’t seem impressive. Only some 3-4 tweets have mentioned the trending Gaddafi for the past half hour.[…]

LInkedIn stormer frem

Tweet LinkedIn er – i al ubemærkethed, ihvertfald for mig – vokset kraftigt det sidste år. Faktisk var der 30 procent flere voksne danskere der brugte LinkedIn i oktober ’10 sammenholdt med samme måned sidste år. Og for at det ikke skal være løgn steg den gennemsnintlige brugers tidsforbrug med 50 procent i samme periode. Det[…]

Jeg – en betaler

Tweet På mediawatch.dk kører der lige nu en debat i kølvandet på en artikel, hvor Stig Ørskov, JP/Politiken-direktør, bebrejder TV2, at deres apps til iphones er gratis, fordi han – sekunderet af Ebbe Dal, direktør for Danske Dagblades forening – menerTV2 ødelægger en historisk chance for at opdrage folk til at indhold koster. Jeg synes[…]

The new twitter.com: the web is dead – or not?

Tweet Today and in the following weeks the twitter.com website will be extensively revamped. In a way, that remarkably resembles the new iPad Twitter app. The panes, “in app” pictures and videos etc. I’ve been using on my iPad Twitter-app, now seems duplicated to the new twitter.com website. Basically it looks like we’re talking about[…]

Welcome to… Googledom, Socialistan, Newscorpey and Disturbia

Tweet Socialistan is the largest country in the new world accounting for 31 % of total time-spend. Here by far the most Danes are actively engaged in updating their facebook-status, twitting and blogging. The women of Socialistan leads on, while men are more passive. You won’t find a Dane who hasn’t spend time in Googledom[…]

Facebook rules Danish social networking

Tweet Social networking in Denmark comes down to Facebook vs. the rest. Twitter, LinkedIn, Myspace and Danish Arto are hugely surpassed by the gigantic volume of Facebook. From January 2009 onwards, Facebbok has captured some 2,4 million adults out of less than four million total internetusers. Number two, Myspace, reached 315.000 adults in October, Linkedin[…]