Monthly Archives: July 2011

Face Recognition – The Elephant in the Room

Back in June of this year, Facebook enabled auto tagging for photographs. The storm of controversy that this unleashed resounded around the net and resulted in a rapid reversal and face recognition was swiftly hidden behind a multitude of privacy … Continue reading

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Toxic Branding and Social Media Influencers

What was that old adage “There is no such thing as bad publicity”? I think that may have Rupert Murdoch rolling in his grave – no not been Lulzsec hacked – just a phrase Up until the last few weeks … Continue reading

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Google+ – Secret Circles, Mobile vs Web Experience and Sharing

G+1 Secret Circles Circles are your very own catalogue and filing system and how you set up and manage them will largely depend on how you use the share and read functions. Circles can be embedded and duplicated which make … Continue reading

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Asceticism is the New Buddism

This last weekend I have been back in Chester staying at my recently late father’s house. The house is full of memories, not just mine but the lives of my parents and theirs before them.  Memories captured in possessions and … Continue reading

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Marissa Meyer’s glass ceiling

Wow what amazing times we are living in! This month we have experienced Google +, which for me will forever be synonomous with Marissa Meyers’ amazing glass ceiling  (nice touch MM ) https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/118207880179234484610/albums/5001889714763399185   If all that weren’t enough we … Continue reading

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