Ten Stories We Have Enjoyed This Week

9th April 2016 In the future we will photograph everything and look at nothing. ‘Photography has seen the value shift from “the stand-alone individual aesthetic of the artist to the collaborative and social aesthetic of services like Facebook and Instagram.” In...

Ten Stories We Have Enjoyed This Week

25th March 2016   Why Facebook’s Messenger Bot Store could be the most important launch since the App Store –  ‘just because the container is a messenger doesn’t mean that all the apps inside are text-based.” Tomaž Štolfa says there is...

Ten Stories We Have Enjoyed This Week

1)Future of Computing. From The Economist – The era of predictable improvement in computer hardware is ending. What comes next? ‘In 1971 the fastest car in the world was the Ferrari Daytona, capable of 280kph (174mph). The world’s tallest buildings were New York’s...

Ten Stories We Have Enjoyed This Week

5th March 2016 1) In the latest instalment of #LikeAGirl, P&G’s Always campaign points out that Emojis are sexist (video).  Have a watch, it is very well observed. 2) The battle with the cyber arm of ISIS (and others) is ramping up. The US government needs Silicon...

Ten Stories We Have Enjoyed This Week

27th February 2016 1) Very rarely do we start with a photo caption competition (see picture above), but this was irresistible. Do have a go and you can also see some other,  rather amusing, suggestions here. And on a (slightly) more serious note… Inside Mark...