[MEDIA] Discussing Gloucester Cathedral and Facebook

It definitely does seem to be the story of the day – I spoke earlier in the day for 4-5 minutes via Skype – always interesting to see what gets picked up and how it’s interpreted (see on iPlayer) – I’m at the last 20-30 seconds of this clip:

[MEDIA] Faith exhibition at Gloucester Cathedral with @BBCGlos

(Very) early this morning I had a chat with Mark Cummings on BBC Radio Gloucester about Gloucester Cathedral and a video they had removed from their Facebook page after an interfaith event (Full programme). I’m at around 5 min 40 in this clip:

[MEDIA] Does social media require parental consent til aged 16?

This morning this story broke: The European Parliament is set to vote on Tuesday on new rules that could see teenagers banned from internet services such as Facebook, social media, messaging services or anything that processes their data, without explicit consent from their parent or guardian. The last-minute amendment to the new European data protection […]

Facebook hubs may influence grades

Useful thinking about university course Facebook groups, which students typically set up themselves: At the start of term there is “a big rush” to create the most popular Facebook site for each course, Dr Steele-Davies said, pointing out it is likely that a number of students will attempt to set up a Facebook group designed […]

Five Labs Personality Typing

A fascinating test came in via my RSS feed – using the last nearly 3000 words from Facebook stati, photos, etc. they decided that I’m not very extroverted…. erm… Based on the initial responses to the site on Twitter, “people seem to identify pretty strongly with the personalities we generate,” said Nikita Bier, the co-founder […]