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New York Times adman gushes over native advertising performance

New York Times adman gushes over native advertising performance

Having dispensed with its native advertising suspicious executive editor, The New York Times remains tremendously bullish on the new institution. For all the editorial damnation of it as the doomed attempt of a dying industry to save it soul and the … Continue reading

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Why I’ll miss Vizify

Build a personal website in seconds, that's what Vizify's strap line used to say. It caused a stir

Education

Social Media & The School Curriculum

Today I spoke with Will Faulkner on Midlands Radio on the topic of the changes at ask.fm' and also

Education

McAfee’s Digital Divide Survey : Parents in The Dark

It’s no surprise to read in McAfee’s Digital Dividesurvey that teenagers are hoodwinking their

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Spreading The Word by Marianne Talbot

Cultural Connections talk by Marianne Talbot. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer

Audio, Creative Commons, Culture

Why the Internet won’t get you any more friends

Professor Robin Dunbar, Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford, gives a talk

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Mars Girl by Jeff Garrity

Chapter 1 Just Quit Standing against the back wall of the overcrowded funeral parlor, Ray Barker

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Tokyo Zero by Marc Horne

Chapter 1 Japanese policemen's guns are small and sort of puny. Except when they are shooting at

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With the Election of Joko Widodo, Indonesia Writes a New Chapter

With the Election of Joko Widodo, Indonesia Writes a New Chapter

For the first time, the world’s biggest Muslim-majority nation, and third biggest democracy, has an Everyman for President Continue reading

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POP Gets $700K To Make Prototyping Apps Easy, Releases Second Version

POP Gets $700K To Make Prototyping Apps Easy, Releases Second Version

POP, an app that lets developers quickly turn paper sketches into prototypes for iOS or Android apps, has raised an angel round of $700,000 from ZPark, Golden Gate Ventures, 500 Startups (which POP participated in last year) , and other investors. POP, which launched for iPhone first, also released a new version that can be used to create apps for iPads, Android devices, and desktop as well. Continue reading

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