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3 tips for better security and privacy on Snapchat

In the past few years, Snapchat has become the social media app of choice for the younger set, largely due to its ephemeral content. Users send images and videos (called Snaps) that are meant to be quickly viewed – as they expire soon after being seen – though the app also supports plain-ol’ text chats too. 571 more words

Privacy

And So It Goes...#804

A flurry of social and mainstream corporate media activity accompanied Jeremy Corbyn’s ┬árecent launch of his ” Digital Manifesto “. One paragraph in particular struck me as more than just a little sinister in its implications. 261 more words

UK Politics

Keep the chat going

I got involved in a regular Tuesday night Twitterchat about strategic marketing communication subjects, with the hashtag #smxchat. Interestingly, tonight’s subject was about chats and who does them, the benefits and the pitfalls of organising and taking part in them. 276 more words

Communication

Interview: Reid Hoffman with Jason Calacanis

In this fascinating 90 minute interview, Jason Calacanis interviews Reid Hoffman back in 2014.

From PayPal to Linked-In to Facebook, Reid has been at the epicenter of some of the most successful technology startups in Silicon Valley.

Startups

The Best Social Networks Aren't Built on Social Media

It’s common knowledge by now that social networks are changing the way that we relate to each other. Instead of sending someone a letter or calling them on their landline, we can easily shoot each other text messages, Snapchats, and tweet at each other without thinking twice. 547 more words

Motivational Monday