Tag: Social Media

What can be done about the growing problem of false online information?

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A new platform called “Hoaxy” is showing promise in tackling the growing problem of misinformation online.

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It’s time to switch off the life support for email

Drowning in email by Xavier Vergés

Further evidence in support of my argument that we need to abandon email in favour of messaging as soon as possible.

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Why we need to put email out of our misery, and how we can do it

Drowning in email by Xavier Vergés

There is a dark side to email overload, so we need to stop rearranging the deck chairs on the email Titanic and instead implement a genuine solution.

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Mainstream and social media reaction to the Brussels terror attacks: has anything changed since Paris?

Brussels 23 March 2016 – Gathering at the Bourse by Valentina Calà

Has the mainstream and social media response to these Brussels terror attacks been any different to the response to the Paris terror attacks?

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Email isn’t dead, but it is ageing: How young people now communicate online

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Stories about email thriving into the future are missing important factors: changes in demographics, and the rapid rise of something new beyond social media.

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Paris terror attacks: exploring the mainstream and social media reaction

Vigilante for #ParisAttacks in London by Christiaan Triebert

Have the mainstream media and social media responded appropriately to the Paris terror attacks?

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