Richard Lutz reports on how mob rule terror can invade a small town.
Sources deep within the private health world were rocked to their very rich foundations today when it was announced that Will and Kate’s impending royal child will use social media to say Hi to the world seconds after the birth.
A free seminar series for transport and logistics professionals will continue at Coventry University next month with a talk on how to use Twitter and other social media channels to boost business engagement.
Birmingham’s Nick Holzherr didn’t win The Apprentice – but he’s whisking up the business Lord Sugar rejected anyway. Ros Dodd talked to him.
Sir Howard Elston has been signed up by Twitter bosses. And to celebrate, we are announcing a new prize draw for his followers After months of complicated legal negotiations, Sir Howard Elston and Twitter today announce, in a joint statement, that they are to combine forces in a campaign to deliver truth, justice and dubious…
A Coventry University professor has been named ‘a titan of the Twittersphere’ by the Independent newspaper
Richard Lutz considers how the law needs to start sprinting to catch up with the modern world of on-line thought dumps.
Britain’s Barry Manilow and Take That front man started Tweeting yesterday at 21:14 with a tweet that said “Hello everybody. This is my first tweet!”
Dave Woodhall looks at the latest twist in the superinjunction saga. Haven’t they all got better things to do with their time?
There was once a village. And in this village there was a slew of gossip – work gossip, hot gossip, bad gossip, outright untrue gossip, relevant gossip.
Do we really need to know everything about everyone? Dave Woodhall (@dwhandv if you’re interested) thinks not.