Highlights from this category
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2014 version) 10 Jul
- Ten WordPress plugins to make your blog shine (2014 version) 4 Feb
- Councillor Camp: 10 questions to see if your council gets digital 12 Jan
- Why you should feed the trolls 17 Oct
- Have you been fooled by the social media hype? 19 Nov
- My first five emails on Gmail 13 Oct
- Britain’s first cybercafe – and thoughts on what makes for great innovation 7 Sep
- Why do you walk on the wrong side of the corridor in Tube stations? 19 Aug
- The future of newspapers as it looked in 1994 4 Aug
The rise of ephemeral messaging poses a new challenge for social media monitoring. How do you measure something that isn’t there? From the moment the first status message was shared, social media measurement has been a vexed question for those who want to judge communications work by more than just gut feel. But the latest […]
Associated Press plans to use automation technology from a company called Automated Insights to produce stories about earnings reports.
The UK’s first official robotics strategy is calling for the establishment of real-world test sites over the next five plus years where robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) can be rigorously put through their paces.
“Don’t feed the trolls”, the advice that tells people to ignore online insults, is rarely the best policy for maintaining a positive and engaging social media platform. Shopkeepers and restaurant managers have always known that, faced with an angry customer, the best response isn’t simply to chuck them out, lock the door and ignore them. […]
The best thing about the first time I went whale watching was the whales. But the most instructive was what it showed me about my attitude towards taking photographs.
From Silicon Valley Watcher: The Internet Archive is housed in a wonderful San Francisco building that used to be a Christian Science church. In the pews along both sides of the large, skylight-lit auditorium, there is always a congregation: half-sized ceramic figures representing 100 “archivists” — people that contributed at least three years of service to the non-profit organization. Read […]
The new way of building copters. No drilling, milling or cutting required anymore. And when you get hungry during flight sessions you always have something to nibble with you.
The National Archives will begin to archive tweets and You Tube videos published by UK central government departments from their official Twitter and YouTube social media platforms.