Pinterest, for those not in the know, is a new social network. Pinterest’s USP is it’s visual basis; it’s all about images, video and sharing. I’m a… Read more “Pinterest: UK v USA”
Digital publishing is fraught with experimentation. Some experiments have been successful, others less so. We all know the high-profile examples – the Guardian opting to stay free… Read more “The digital publishing conundrum”
Data visualisation has unparalleled impact. What would you rather do, wade through strings of data or see the results in one snapshot? I grant, I’d probably want… Read more “Data Visualisation”
We thinks of social networks and social media as ubiquitous, and maybe even amorphous. Yet there are discernible patterns in both the usage of social networks and… Read more “Social Networks Tell A Story”
A great animation but also a wonderful diatribe against know-it-all dinner party guests. Tim Minchin is the writer and performer. This brings to mind some of those… Read more “Storm: Tim Minchin”
Who plays mobile games, why, when and where?
A recent Pew study surveyed more than 3,000 American adults towards the end of 2010 to identify generations and their gadgets.