Monthly Archives: July 2014

Interesting reads (weekly)

Manual retweets are just self-promotion and Twitter embeds aren’t journalism | Jeb Lund | Comment is free | theguardian.com Manually retweeting used to be the only option for passing on someone’s message on Twitter – you used to literally have … Continue reading

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A disconcerting hush around The Right to be Forgotten

I am a bit conflicted by the Right to be Forgotten, and Google’s role within it. On the one hand, I can feel for those people whose past misdemeanours are be blighting their modern day lives, and who wish to draw  a veil over the … Continue reading

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