Monthly Archives: November 2010

Is social media driving us apart?

According to BBC’s Technology Correspondent, Rory Cellan Jones, officials have been predicting the demise of the TV ‘channel’ for years, and now it’s almost arrived. Rory points out that there has always been a mental hierarchy of where things stand … Continue reading

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The Times are changing

It’s an interesting period in the history of The Times, according to their Community and Web Developer Editor Joanna Geary. As Joanna points out, all media organizations are now online, regardless of what their previous platform was, and in an … Continue reading

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Rolling news

“There’s a lot of doom and gloom surrounding modern journalism, but I think it’s one of the most exciting times for the profession” Those are the words of Adam Tinworth, editorial development manager for the worldwide B2B publisher RBI. Tinworth … Continue reading

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The way Google works

Google. A company so successful it’s become a verb. But I’ve never given too much thought to what ‘Googling’ something really means. Typing a few words into Google search bar and hitting Enter has always felt a bit like casting … Continue reading

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