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November 17, 2005
Know what people are saying about you
Writing about Trying to get a response from Blinkx from Contemplating the Frame
Following my discovery that Blinkx were being slightly misleading about their deal to show Warwick content, it shows the importance of knowing what people are saying about you or your organisation on the web.
I know we all occasionally do a little vanity search for our name on Google, but ideally you'd have new results sent to you when they happen.
You can sign up for Google Alerts and get emails, or use RSS to monitor Google News
Do you know what people are saying about you online?
November 15, 2005
Warwick media on blinkx?
Follow-up to Google news feeds about Warwick from Kieran's blog
Following my subscription to all mentions of ‘warwick university’ on Google News, I came across this…
blinkx Brings World Leaders, Top Economists and Best-Selling Authors Into Your Living Room With Searchable Speeches From Cambridge and the Ivy League=
Top tier universities from around the world are making content from the arts and humanities, as well as social, biomedical, and physical science
disciplines, available through the partnership. Beyond Cambridge and
Princeton, lectures from institutions including UC Berkeley, Harvard,
Middlebury College, Columbia University, Washington State University, the
University of Glasgow, University College London, the University of Warwick
and the University of York will now be searchable through http://www.blinkx.tv.
If you do a little search on Blinkx and you do indeed find some Warwick videos, but they all seem to be from Warwick TV, the student society. Now, I’m not saying this is not good content (in fact some is great), but it is not quite what you were lead to believe you’d find after reading the press release. I wonder how many other of the universities in that list are actually publishing academic content?