Bloggerheads began as a marketing experiment and evolved from there. The following is a list of early projects. Most of these are still live, if a little dusty.
All of my Flash stuff is now featured on one special page.
MEDIA AND MURDOCH
THE POLITICAL WEBLOG MOVEMENT
My mission in life (well, one of them)
is was to get more MPs blogging. I produced the first weblog by a Labour MP and the first weblog by a Conservative MP. I kicked off a special blog to house the campaign (The Political Weblog Project) but it turned out to be a complete waste of my time. 99% of MPs suck… and mine is the suckiest of them all. More will happen here soon, and MPs are going to like it even less than they liked the idea of offering accessibility, accountability and transparency on a voluntarily basis.
Can Weblogs…? was a range of weblog/marketing/campaign experiments that took place from 2002 to 2004. Along the way, we brought Tony Blair’s Email Address into being, and arsked you to Bare Your Bum at Bush.
YEAR BY YEAR
I used to do annual breakdown of events, bloggage and stats each December, until stat-whoring grew boring. Here are the first four reports:
Bloggerheads – Year Four – December 2005
Bloggerheads – Year Three – December 2004
Bloggerheads – Year Two – December 2003
Bloggerheads – Year One – December 2002
Not everything happened at bloggerheads.com….
Backing Blair – protest-voting campaign