Sacked because of a Snapchat? The truth about online privacy

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You’ve probably seen the headlines about Rory Cullinan recently. The RBS chairman – one of the highest earning bankers in the UK – is leaving his position just weeks after Snapchats his daughter posted on Instagram were published in The Sun newspaper. With the premise of the image sharing app being that the sender’s pictures… Read more »

This was going to be a post on SEO, but then I looked at cat pictures…

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I swear, everything on the internet eventually leads to cats. A productive day at work can instantly be sidetracked by the hilarity of cats. Any cat can achieve viral status on the internet and no one would be angry or sick of it – but why? If you’re a habitual internet user, like myself, you’re… Read more »

Facebook purchase Instagram in billion dollar deal, but why?

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Billion dollar Facebook deal shows increasing promise in digital property and apps, but not everyone is happy…   Instagram goes mainstream; hipsters angered; and app designers simultaneously slap their foreheads whilst muttering “Why didn’t I think of that?” But, what exactly does this mean?   As I’m sure you’ve heard (because social media is pretty… Read more »