My top pick today is the news Facebook has bought the fitness tracking App, Moves. I wrote about the App earlier this year in my post ‘Me, My (Quantified) Self & I‘. Whilst I’d like to think Mark Zuckerberg must have read my positive comments leading to this decision (as if!). I do think this could signal a new race for ownership […]
“We don’t need no education” – Pink Floyd, The Wall I’m showing my age, but when I was at school we wouldn’t dare talk back to a teacher, never-mind try to bully them. Which is why my top pick today is so disconcerting. The UK’s ‘Independent’ newspaper reports that 21% of 7,500 teachers polled have been bullied by pupils […]
Lots of news from the social and technology world today. The biggest is the announcement that Facebook might be looking to launch a service that would allow users to store money and make electronic payments through the social network. Not only would this be a direct threat to PayPal, it could change the shape of […]
When out canvassing, I regularly ask people to check out this blog or my twitter feed to find out more. Along with being asked how I make time for it all (and sometimes jokes about being a ‘twit’) I find that most people wonder why on earth politicians are wasting their time online.
I’m all for digital democracy, but watching councillors checking Facebook & Twitter during Full Council session, seems like Digital Hypocrisy to me. Check out my latest letter in the Herts Ad here (http://bit.ly/981trH)…