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How Instagram Bridges The Digital Divide

Putting the smartphone down is no small feat.

It’s the Millennial generation’s ball and chain. We never go anywhere without it. It tells us where to go, what to do, whom to follow and how to do anything. 685 more words

Culture

The Digital Debate: Digitalisation in Education

Today, we’re straying slightly from the realm of publishing itself as we consider the digital revolution in the sphere of education. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the modern world is becoming increasingly reliant upon digital technologies. 522 more words

Point of View

The Art of Technique by Douglass & Harnden

How the perspective and paradigm shapes the narrative 
Digital Media

Children of the revolution

We had quite a nice schedule on Monday – at first we visited Obscura Digital and our second meeting is something special, which I will get into at the second part of this post. 758 more words

San Francisco

Digital revolution

I use to believe Nokia is “connecting people” and experience proved it’s right.There must be a “Nokia” to make it happen but we should not ignore Samsung, Apple, Blackberry or many others.Alfer all we should have options but it is up to each of us to study the Offer and Create our own Oppinion.Things are never as it seems at first sight.Digital revolution: push the Button with your own Finger and make sure it is your own Choice!

Small Business Digital Marketing!

Small Business Digital Marketing

By Christine NiDhulaigh

This so-called Digital Revolution has proven to be of enormous benefit to small businesses allowing them to become competitive players in the business world in terms of marketing themselves and their brands online. 676 more words

Social Media

Book Review -Me and My Web Shadow

Me and My Web Shadow -How to manage your reputation online Anthony Mafield (2010)

I genuinely enjoyed reading ’Me and My Web Shadow’. I’m generally not one to read for leisure -I bought this book to help me with my UOSM2008 ‘Living and Working on the Web’ module – but found myself returning to reading it out of preference rather than a necessity. 343 more words

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