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Quantum Satellite Comms and Spearphishing on Twitter

| September 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

China has launched the first ever quantum satellite, designed to keep data totally secure. Algorithmic phishing on Twitter reaches new heights of sophistication. And Twitter’s latest anti-abuse tool is now available to everyone. Here’s the news. Chinese quantum comms satellite delivers 100% privacy If, like me, you get all wound up about digital privacy, here’s […]

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Brilliant Twitter Performance, Rubbish Service

| August 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

As a Brighton resident, I’m proud to live in a city with a Green Party council. And they’re brilliant on Twitter. A few years ago I tweeted them asking if I could plant our verge with wildflowers, and they tweeted back an immediate ‘yes’. I was impressed. Sadly, while they’re Twitter masters, that’s where the good […]

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How NOT to use Twitter… @Conservatives fail

| November 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Earlier this week a survey from the UK’s Conservative Party dropped onto our doormat. Opening it, I discovered climate change and the environment were not on the list of the things the Party felt were ‘important’.    Hm. The message came through crystal clear: we don’t care about climate change and environmental issues are not […]

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Social media shenanigans – Doing the dirty on users

| August 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Controversy is the name of the game – It’s social media madness  The community website Reddit has revealed its plans to actively advertise to its 114 million members for the first time, in a move many feel will alienate users. At the same time Facebook’s timeline management seems to have gone totally mental, or at […]

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Twitter + Google Plus = 50% of my new business – wow!

| February 12, 2013

Business networking Twitter success – Where did that come from? One minute social media marketing is pie in the sky. The next it’s a business essential. If you blinked you probably missed the transition. But social has grown up and there’s no looking back. The tipping point has been reached and billions of businesses have […]

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