The early signs of Russian interference in Western politics were there - why didn’t we take them more seriously?
Unease about Facebook and its role in our polity is only growing - and a London Review of Books piece made it clear exactly why.
With the pressure to make public social media accounts work-friendly, people are starting to create more rough-edged private accounts.
10 years ago, a single tweet birthed the modern hashtag
Publishers who trick Facebook users into click on articles are about to get a newsfeed shock.
Twitter is failing to grow its number of active users - can the service find a new, compelling offering?
Instagram is remaking our places, as entrepreneurs make their properties selfie-friendly…
How authentic are those beautiful Instagram images?
Nature takes aim at the prevaling “wisdom” that the younger generation are more digitally adept:
But a paper published last month in Teaching and Teacher Education reaches the opposite conclusion. The digital native is a myth, it claims: a yeti with a smartphone.
The phrase “digital native” is a great bozo test: anyone using it these days is probably a bozo who hasn’t done their research.
Turning your family into your influencer marketing business…