Monthly Archives: October 2010

Will The King’s Cross stay on the map?

Another example of social media playing an important role in current affairs is the recent Facebook campaign to save Cardiff’s oldest surviving gay bar. Over 1200 people have joined the Facebook group to save the The King’s Cross from being turned into a gastropub. Rugby star … Continue reading

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Daniel Meadows and the red double-decker bus

‘History has always been the story of the victorious’ Until now. Thanks to the internet, anyone can share their story and become a part of documented history. Millions use the likes of YouTube as a platform to express themselves, and … Continue reading

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Wardle’s Web Chat

A lecture given by Dr. Claire Wardle is a bit like social media itself; fast-paced, stimulating and interactive. Last week at CJS’ Online & Mobile Journalism lecture, Dr. Wardle, who currently works with the BBC College of Journalism, spoke about … Continue reading

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