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Kiss Bye to 2016 in Tumblr – Happy New Year Everyone! Onwards 2017

December 31, 2016

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Tumblr is the home of GIFs, artful Photography, Video and Illustration. But it’s also home to Science, Tutorials and just about any learned pursuit you can imagine. Dive in. Home to ‘no sweat’ blogs, Tumblr has been around for a while in internet terms (founded in 2007). Yahoo snapped it up in 2013 for a […]

Best of Vimeo 2016: Connoisseur’s Guide to the Year in Video

December 23, 2016

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Vimeo’s Staff Picks are nearly always right on the money, the best video, FX and animation from artists across the world. Picking the best of 2016 is no simple task, but these videos are the cream of the crop. Categories for Vimeo’s Best of 2016 include Action Sports, Documentary, Drama, Comedy, Travel, Animation and Eye […]

Spectrum Vega+ is No Throwback to 48K Glory, It’s a Play Anywhere Console with 1,000s of Available Games

December 9, 2016

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Any child in the early 80s will be able to recount the joy of Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum computer. Now the Spectrum is born again with Sir Clive’s Vega Plus project. Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum was a revolutionary step forward in home microcomputing on its release in 1982. Building on the success of Sinclair’s own basic black […]

Your Personal Data Can Be Bought For Tiny Fractions of a Penny So Why Do We Value It So Highly?

October 30, 2016

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The disparity between the value that people place on their personal information and how much it can be bought for online is shocking. In a survey from credit comparison site TotallyMoney.com the company reveals how little your privacy is worth. TotallyMoney spoke to UK consumers to find out how much they would be prepared to […]

A decentralized web would give power back to the people online — TechCrunch

October 9, 2016

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Timely update on how a decentralised web works for more people than a Facebook-atised walled garden model. Open lines of communication and collaboration are the way forward. Lets build it.

European Journalism Centre Launches Video Learning Platform Learno.net

March 4, 2016

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Journalists and digital storytellers benefit from Learno’s all-star tutor line-up including Nicholas Whitaker and Simon Rogers from Google News Lab, Craig Silverman from Buzzfeed Canada, and renowned data journalism practitioners Paul Bradshaw and Alberto Cairo. Video training and MOOC learning are, I believe, among the greatest benefits of our connected culture. Journalists and digital storytellers […]

‘Hunted’ Shows Why Blanket Surveillance is Wrong and Why Privacy and Encryption are Necessary

September 11, 2015

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Channel 4’s ‘escape the surveillance state’ show Hunted started last night, so in the spirit of resistance WeLove Digital looks at the state of surveillance and digital communications in the 21st century. Governments and big business will tell you that data gathering and storage on everything from buying habits to what you like on Facebook, […]

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