A small pile of good links:
Robin Hamman on how PR people should deal with social networks.
Tom Scott on how it’s unnecessary to build trust into networks as the human brain will assess that better anyway if you give it the right tools and data.
Reading, Writing, Linking, Thinking, Talking
Rory Cellan Jones is being stalked on Twitter. Or is it just a press officer?
Jeff Jarvis on making your customers part of your business.
Jeff’s opinions coupled with this article from Jemima Kiss at the Guardian about the Financial Times made me think:
“What would happen if the FT put it’s readers (“the Davos set”) at the heart of its business? Could the FT become a broker for a community of global opinion formers? A place where they would make policy? More like a parliament than a newspaper?”