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Reads of the Week: Salaries and White Fragility

Take a look at this week’s Reads of the Week: Great articles about the LGBTQ community, feminism, women and anything else worth reading.

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Periscope: What's there to see

Periscope states “A picture may be worth a thousand words, but live video can take you someplace and show you around.” However, another quote may be “The revolution will not be televised, but streamed live online”.

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Military Masculinities in the Long Nineteenth Century

The conference on military masculinities (20-21 May 2015) was one of the most interesting I have attended, thanks to excellent organisation by Anna Maria Barry and Emma Butcher, and to the innovative and interesting research presented throughout. 426 more words


Google Maps camera car spotted!

To be sure, I have seen some odd vehicular sights in my time.

One of my Valley friends has a vehicle with a painted hood. A former co-worker of mine did it for him — it’s a forest and lake scene with someone paddling a canoe through the water. 379 more words

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Persona Synthetics

A fantastic new piece of intriguing content.

An advert for new brand of highly developed robots.

A shop opening on Regent street, items for sale on Ebay, twitter and Facebook accounts….. 105 more words


Blogging under a pseudonym: the politics & ethics of anonymity in online communities

“Who are you?”

“No one of consequence.”

“I must know.”

“Get used to disappointment.”

~ William Goldman, The Princess Bride

The literary world has a long history of authors who have written under pseudonyms.

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What Content Should your Business be Posting on Social Media?

One of the main things we get asked when we go into a company to do Social Media training is what do we post online? Content is key when it comes to Social Media and just like any form of marketing, it needs a bit of thought. 440 more words

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