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Weeknote 17: Mostly about pictures. And books.

Why do all articles about internet security have to be illustrated with pictures of young men in hoodies? Well… they don’t. It’s about time that changed, and someone’s doing something about it. Part of it is to do with what’s

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Weeknote 16: Favourite websites, favourite books

What are your five favourite websites? It’s a funny question, isn’t it? I came across it recently in a survey but it doesn’t really reflect the way I use the internet these days. And it got me thinking.

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Weeknote 3: Websites and wish lists

OK, I said last week that I don’t watch daytime television. But I do sometimes watch Pointless. Does that count if it’s on after 5pm? And I often wonder, how I would answer Alexander Armstrong’s question to contestants: ‘And what

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Content design: what is it and how do you do it?

Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the jargon in the world of digital media. Content may still be king but there are lots of different ways of looking at it. We’ve had content strategy, we’ve had content marketing

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Optimise Oxford: social media, sell-side and SEO

One of the things I like about meetups is the discussion that takes place after the talks have finished. At last week’s Optimise Oxford, it went like this: Someone asked for a show of hands: “Who uses ad blockers?”. Followed

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