Tomorrow (today??? Err, Tuesday…) sees (hears?! Err… airs) the next in the OU/BBC Click radio (ex-Digital Planet) co-produced season on “openness”.
Click (radio) (err, as was Digital Planet) now airs live and direct, comin’ atcha on Tuesday’s at, err, it’s not easy to find out from the programme page, is it??? Err, 19.32 (UK time???) on Tuesday (the science slot on World Service). (See the full upcoming schedule.)
Anyway, given all that confusion, why not take a break, sit back, and have a listen to this exclusive interview between Click’s Gareth Mitchell and Andrew Keen on “The Squeezed Midlist“.
This week saw the latest episode in the OU/BBC World Service Click (radio) co-produced season on openness, with a focus this week on privacy… You can hear an extended version of the discussion between entrepeneurial journalism and openness advocate, Jeff Jarvis, and professional contrarian, Andrew Keen: Privacy in a connected world
The programme also saw the launch of its new hashtag: #bbcClickRadio
Whilst the Digital PlanetClick twitter audience is still dwarfed by the Digital Planet Listeners’ Facebook group, I’m keen to see if we can try to grow it… one way might be to show who’s recently been tweeting about the programme, and encourage people to start following each other and chatting about the issues raised in the programme a little bit more – something Gareth Mitchell (@garethm) can now pick up on at least on the first airing, as Click now goes out live…. So to that end, I’m going to try to work up a special version of my Twtter friendviz application that shows connections between folk who’ve recently tweeted a particular term, and in this case, the #bbcClickRadio hashtag. To see the map, visit http://bit.ly/bbcclickradiocommunity.
As a tease, here’s a rather more polished version of a map I grabbed recently…
(Unfortunately, the live one is unlikely to ever look like this!)
PS I wonder if the investigation into the iPhone tracking was inspired by the recent story about German politician Malte Spitz who managed to obtain a copy of the data his phone provider had stored about his location… Zeit Online: Tell-all telephone (If you want to play with the data, it’s available from there…)