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Why do we write about wine?

May 6, 2008

Did you ever ask yourself this question? Or did anybody ask you this question? To tell you the truth, I’m a little in trouble to answer it. Since our tomorrow’s podcast is on this very subject, I might as well try to start thinking about it today! As far as I remember – even as […]

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Are podcasts the new online news channel?

April 16, 2008

Last night, during our podcast on video on the Net, it occurred to me that we got used to new technologies very fast and that they spread all over even faster. Blogs and podcasts – considered new tools a few months ago – are now… would I dare say banal? We all have cameras, know […]

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Blogs and Brands

April 10, 2008

On the OWC group on blogs, there was a post lately asking if/how it was possible to make money with your blog. Indeed more and more people are writing blogs – as a hobby, sometimes – but more often in relation to their work field and their professional expertise. It would seem logical to try […]

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Cahors, web marketing and French Malbec

April 4, 2008

This afternoon I’ll be in the train to Cahors, a little city in the South West of France – somewhere between Bordeaux and Toulouse. I’ll be attending the First International Malbec days – the first ever event around the Malbec grape organized in the world. I heard about Syrah Days, Pinot Noir days in the […]

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Discovering The OpenWine Consortium

February 29, 2008

A few days ago I was invited by wine professional and blogger Robert McIntosh to join the OpenWine Consortium, a new community of professionals and wine lovers more specifically dedicated to my passion, Web Marketing and Wine 2.0. Being a big fan of forums and communities, I jumped in to join and since then I […]

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