Social Media Week
Social Media Isn't Just Changing How We Engage With Politics - It's Creating A New Kind Of Politician
The threat of the echo chamber is something of a recurring theme at Social Media Week London. In a session on social news
One observation that I found really valuable was the idea that you shouldn't blame tech for your own stress. Instead, we need to find ways to manage how we use it in an always-on culture.
Of the myriad possible uses for the next-gen of virtual reality, marketing might not seem like the most thrilling. But if
Social media enthusiasts, particularly those who work in the field, are often referred to as 'social media geeks'. In fact various members of my family are pretty sure that is my actual job title.
Unfortunately, not everyone knows this little secret. Many people find networking events intimidating, especially those who, like me, have built a career online, protected by the web. But many savour every single event on their social calendar, load up their weapons, and get ready to stalk their prey.