Imagine a service so good you’d actually pay for it! They already exist but we are happy to use free services without (perhaps until now) thinking about how they are financed by the trading of [...]
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I’ve been wondering why lately I have been receiving additional emails from Twitter – mostly about things I am not interested in. Turns out Twitter are the latest culprits who [...]
UPDATED: 8 October 2012 Have you received a DM message like this recently? or this In each case you haven’t had your account “hacked”, but one of your friends has, and a spammer has got hold of [...]
A recent scoop from Tim Bradshaw (@tim) at the Financial Times during #canneslions last week pointed to Twitter taking a bolder stance with advertising on the 5 year old micro blogging site. [...]
It is encouraging to see a number of public utilities starting to embrace the use of twitter to report outages and faults. Recently I blogged on the use of SMS to report faulty traffic lights in [...]
Both Lucy Kellaway (whom I have never met but would like to) and Jonathan Salem Baskin (with whom I shared an enjoyable dinner in London a few months ago) have written excellent pieces on the use [...]