If you want to move beyond "engagement" as a buzzword, and make it something serious, you need to do something like this.
Last month, I headed to Belfast to work with the Drawnalism team on Open Data Camp 5.
Having multiple digital businesses competing for massive traffic scale just isn't sustainable. We need to go back to the basics of digital attention.
While Mashable was once a unique voice commenting on social media, Buzzfeed envy caused it to lose its way.
Turns out that George Take isn't your fun liberal friend on Facebook. He's a ruthless influence marketer, selling your attention for big bucks.
Political polarisation leads to self-righteousness, and that leads to evil…
Looking for a solution to finding the signal you want in the social media noise. Turns out the solution was invented 15 years ago…
Despite one major point of weakness, the new Apple iPhone is an astonishing video tool.
FIPP sent me some perfectly reasonable questions, and I went off on one.
How we've recreated the channels of the past in the social media of today.