Posts Tagged “social media”

Self-censorship, the virtual mob, and the enemy of nuance

by Stephen Tall on December 2, 2014

Three fantastic articles, all with a common them. Snippets below, but well worth a click on the links to read on… Chris Rock In Conversation (Frank Rich in Vulture, 30 Nov) … I stopped playing colleges, and the reason is (…)

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Social media: is it curbing teenage rebels and road use? Bear with me on this one…

by Stephen Tall on October 2, 2012

We all know social media is changing the way we view the world yadda yadda. But a couple of articles recently have led me to wonder quite how much and in what unexpected ways. The BBC’s Mark Easton poses a (…)

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#G2010 – what I said (and didn’t get the chance to say)

by Stephen Tall on October 27, 2009

I mentioned last week that I was speaking at the Government 2010 conference as part of a panel discussion on ‘Blogging, Social Media and New Media’. 45 minutes might be enough time – at least if you believe Tony Blair (…)

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