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Hemmed in by signposts: Metaphors limit the scope of social media innovation

Metaphors are a crucial part of how we relate to the digital world. They are crucial in one sense as the low-level languages that computers use are incom­pre­hensible to humans. All our spangly, shiny Powerpoint present­a­tions and music libraries are … Continue reading

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Give Twitter a go: It’s quite good really

From within the bubble of Twitter enthu­siasm the worth of the platform seems self-evident, but there are people out there who aren’t convinced, don’t see the point of the medium and aren’t sure how to approach it. Twitter is a … Continue reading

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Is Online Harmony Holding You Back?

There are many benefits to parti­cip­ating in online social networks. The ability to build a large network without geographical constraints gives access to support, insight, feedback and promotion oppor­tun­ities in an immediate, easy and powerful fashion. There seems to be … Continue reading

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