I have just set up a new Facebook group called ‘Social Media and Cancer ‘Research Project’‘. The current description is: This group is a private group (can be found by searching, but entries can’t be seen) created in association with a research project in development to investigate social media and cancer. The project wants to […]
I spoke to the Inspirational Breakfast team on Wednesday morning, and then this was broadcast Thursday morning. You can listen to my thoughts online.
‘Dr Lewis said the Church can model healthy and diverse communities, as they give us the opportunity to connect with people from all different perspectives and backgrounds, which we can then apply to our online conversations. “I think one of the things that can happen with social media is you end up connecting with only […]
LifeSearch (a life insurance company) have posted the results of a new study that they have done, into how prepared people are in managing their digital assets/social media after death, and found that a large number of users want their data cleared automatically on death, whilst others want to hold onto e.g. e-books/music, and photographs […]
Yesterday evening I spoke to Adrian Goldberg about a variety of social media stories on BBC 5 Live (and was listening just before I went on, when they had a story about teenagers/social media which I’d like to relisten to – sounded like whoever it was was making a whole load of sense): Story 1: […]