We know what you’re doing online

March 18, 2012

Web based email usage is down 31% amongst 12-17 year olds and up 15% amongst 45-54 year olds.

Our thirst for health related information made it the fastest rising search category in 2011 up 134%, followed closely by online retail up 87%.

The average person online spends 7.05 hours per month in FaceBook, 2.51 hours in tumblr, 1.3 hours in Pinterest and 25 minutes in Twitter.

These insights, as well as why we’re using homeless people as portable Mi-Fi hot spots and the decline of the printed encyclopedia and what that means for future knowledge quests were all part of this weeks FutureTech segment with Jason Jordan and Morris Miselowski on Perth radio 6PR.

Listen now:

and listen each Sunday at 5.05 p.m. (WST)

All a twitter

February 12, 2012

>Twitter is heading into its sixth year soon and this week 6PR Perth’s Jason Jordan and I take a look at some of the more unusual ways and things we can tweet, including…

• Penguin book club for twitter
• Using twitter to write fiction novels
• Tweeting the 2nd world war as if it’s actually happening now
• Best Buys in the U.S. uses Twitter to provide technology advice to anyone
• Hail a Chicago cab using Twitter

When you put Twitter back into perspective and think of it as a communication tool, just like a phone, fax or telex machine, then the possibilities and purposes abound.

Take a listen now:

and join us live each week at 5.05 p.m. (WST)

Radio ABC International – Today Show – Future Tech Segment

November 20, 2009

Foursquare the new on line social networking phenomenon arrives in Melbourne and Hong Kong and 48 other countries, twitter on TV, “unfriend” unveiled as the word of the year, what’s been happening in Oz in the last week, word of the week and more were some of the topics Phil Kafcaloudes, Adelaine Ng and Morris Miselowski discussed in their weekly Future Tech segment on ABC Radio International’s Today Show, which of course included a live cross to Phil Whelan on Hong Kong Radio. Recorded live 20 Nov 2009. Listen live each Friday at 12.25

ABC International Radio – Tech Spot – 17 July

July 17, 2009

teenagerIn this weeks segment we chat about Apple’s touch screen netbook to launch in October (the worst kept industry secret), China to get the iPhone without WI Fi and Microsoft takes on Google Office with its own free online offering and retail stores, before exploring a UK teenagers ad hoc handwritten comment of what he thinks of social media and who is actually using it – and here’s a clue it’s not him or his friends.

3AW’s Mark Holden and Morris discuss music social networking sites

March 25, 2009

In their regular weekly segment Mark and Morris discuss online social networking sites including imeem.com, bebo and others as well as announce the competition winner for Morris’ one day What, Why, Wow and How of Business Social Media, . Recorded live 25 March 09.

What’s ahead for 2009 – 6PR Radio Interview

March 21, 2009

tod-johnston-6prIn this weeks segment 6PR’s Tod Johnson and Morris Miselowski discuss what’s ahead for 2009, the ever increasing pace of online life driven by Twitter and Facebook, the economy and much more including an extraordinary testimonial (thanks Tod) Recorded live 21 March 09.

Twitter meets its cartoon match

March 20, 2009

Click here to watch the funniest and cleverest Twitter “take-off'” I’ve seen. Take a couple of minutes to kick back and enjoy.

3AW’s Denis Walter and Morris discuss Twitter

March 11, 2009

In their regular weekly segment Denis and Morris discuss social media, twitter, the fact that 1 minute in every 10 spent on line is now spent on a social networking site and social networking is larger on line than emails and take callers questions. Recorded live 11 March 09.

Here from Mr Twitter, himself

March 2, 2009

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams speaks at the TED conference on the 1st March 2009 about where Twitter came from and where it may be headed.

A fascinating insight into the power of on line communities to adopt, nurture, champion and influence a new idea and then send it on to greatness.

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