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Jul 17, 2018

Online learning courses have become the main channel for many of us to pick up new skills and refresh our understanding of the latest developments and best practices in our current field of work. Have you wondered where the ideas for them comes from, how the instructors are chosen, how the courses are produced or how...


Jul 10, 2018

On this week's episode of the Inside PR podcast: The biggest change to WordPress in ten years; the Guardian decides good enough video really is good enough; and a teachable moment in marketing ethics. It's about disclosure, stupid!


Jul 2, 2018

Six weeks after GDPR came into force, it's clear that many companies haven't really got it right. And now, California has enacted the toughest privacy law in the United States. So, if you thought GDPR and privacy rights were in the rearview mirror, think again.

Facebook left publishers in the lurch. And that hurt. But...


Jun 25, 2018

Serious news consumers have two interesting new news aggregators. We already know about the value of RSS feeds in a newsreader like Feedly. And a smart feed of news through Google News. Now two new promising sources of news from Apple and Reddit. Apple is offering a new channel of reliable news about the mid-term US...


Jun 20, 2018

Do you need another social network? Can an existing social network break out by jumping on the privacy bandwagon? Can it do it by advertising in the print version of the New York Times? We talk about MeWe. In her Internet Trends 2018 report, Mary Meeker suggests that we're living in a Privacy Paradox. We found this...