I can also keep up to date with some of the interesting links and tweets that I've seen pass through my Twitter account (@craigmcginty) here's a bit of a pick:
Tips for teachers using Facebook
Although aimed at teachers in the US, many of the tips can still be applied not only by teachers, but by everyone with a Facebook account and who wants a little more control over how their information is displayed.
Only five per cent of readers would pay for online content
The first of a number of articles written by PaidContent following their commissioning of a study into how popular paid for content could be - or not as this article highlights.
Racing Post’s paid-for website approaches 10,000 subscribers
But it is well known that focussed, niche content, that can benefit readers financially, can be charged for, so we may see newspapers pick and choose which sections to put a pay wall around.
Google's mission to drive up newspaper revenue
A move from Google to try and get on the good side of newspapers and magazines who have been constantly saying that the search giant is taking more than giving.
Eleven more things I’d do if I ran a news organization
One of the first people I ever read about the changing news landscape was Dan Gillmor, and it's articles like this that have kept me reading ever since.
The Great Panto Review 2009: Oh yes it is
Another great fund raising idea from my pal Linda Jones, this time it involves bloggers reviewing pantomimes, with donations going towards the National Alliance of Childhood Cancer Parent Organisations.
Linda is looking for bloggers who are interested in doing a review, but also PR and marketing representatives of theatres staging shows who are able to offer review tickets.