December 23, 2014
I opened my Twitter account in February 2009 not because I was dying to become a Tweeter but because, being a web developer, I needed to understand it. I began by using it as a kind of personal archive of interesting web pages.
July 14, 2017
Richard Vevers switched from an advertising career to saving coral reefs and set up a non-profit organization which “uses the powerful combination of new technology, media, partnerships, and above all creativity to work at a meaningful speed and scale”. When you’re doing good work of any kind, getting the word out amplifies the benefit of what you are doing. Most non-profit organizations and artists would do well to develop a better marketing effort.
January 16, 2018
Facebook has changed its algorithm again. The organic reach of pages is being moved to a little area called “Pages Feed” under “Explore”. Plan B for managers of Facebook pages: either use Facebook advertising to continue reaching people’s news feeds or treat your page as a different kind of resource.
April 1, 2018
The New York Times reported today that Amazon and Google are applying for patents to be able to legally listen in to random conversations through your home-based and mobile devices. Coming close on the heels of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytics data breach, this rather darkly adds to the growing unease with the sense that we’re all […]