Why we are still texting?

This article is in response to Joshua Fruhlinger's post on Engadget "This is the Modem World: Why Are We Still Texting?" Joshua's article explains how silly it is that we're still using outdated, expensive SMS messages in a world where we're all carrying devices capable of so much more. In my response, I shall state... Continue Reading →

Should all brands engage on Twitter

With social media in its autumn years as a "thing", most brands in English speaking countries are finding their way on to Twitter, and quite rightly too. It's a party you just can't afford to miss. Unfortunately, it feels like one of those dysfunctional parties where nobody really knows anyone. Some are there with an... Continue Reading →

Frictionless Sharing

Don't you just hate those "I just ran 10k" Tweets? I do. That said, I have no problem with people letting me, their loyal follower, know what they are up to. After all, that's what Twitter is for. My issue is with the insincere nature of frictionless (or low friction) sharing. I dislike this as... Continue Reading →

The value of looking up

About 18 months ago, my iPhone decided to quit life and leave me phoneless. Unfortunately, this was 2 days before Christmas so funds were tight but due to being away from the office for the next week, I needed to replace it but with something cheap. With that, I proceeded to ask Twitter what I... Continue Reading →

Path – my favourite social network

When it first appeared on the scene back in 2010, the idea behind social network Path was that you could have a more personal space, for sharing moments with those really close to you. This being the all important factor, you were limited to only 50 friends. The other (almost) unique factor was that it... Continue Reading →

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