Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

It seems Facebook is courting controversy these days. There are a  lot of users unhappy about begin forced into the new timeline, no one likes change after all, but more worrying are the blurring issues over privacy and who is managing that, and how. Facebook seems to be getting in hot water very regularly these […]


‘It’s a Rap’ Norah, @talentcoop, looked around the room, her eyebrows in the air. ‘That’s what we say, isn’t it?’  It is and it was. And thus it ever shall be so. That’s the way films are made. Pop goes the weasel! It sounds like I have written this before. And I had a mere […]


Following the riots in Britain, many media commentators have pointed to technology and social media as not only mere tools used by rioters but even the ‘cause’ of the trouble. According to The Telegraph, technology ‘fuelled’ the riots and was used to ‘incite’ and film the violence. The Economist called them ‘The Blackberry riots’. You […]


Many marketing gurus might recommend keeping an up to date Facebook profile and posting frequently is best practice to engage with your potential clients and fans. But posting too much could easily backfire – especially if the content posted is pure self-promotion and of no real use to fans and followers. According to ‘The Social […]


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