Can Bebo, or any social network, make a comeback?

If anyone remembers Bebo, it was one of the first popular social networks to come out of the mid-naughties. But when Bebo was sold to AOL by its founders, Michael and Xochi Birch, in 2008, it was assumed by many (including myself) we’d seen the last of it. This wasn’t because it had a bad platform … Continue reading Can Bebo, or any social network, make a comeback?

How to pick a LinkedIn ‘spam profile’

Et tu LinkedIn? For those of us who spend much of their day connected to the net, spam is part and parcel of the Information Age. We expect it on so many platforms that when we find a network where spam is seemingly limited, it jars you to find that network has finally succumbed. LinkedIn, … Continue reading How to pick a LinkedIn ‘spam profile’

Murky possibilities: Dropbox partners with Facebook

This blog was written for my employer @Captovate. I find it fascinating that as cloud computing grows in normality in the digital world, more questions arise from how it is administered. The ‘partnership’ between one social Goliath and a growing influence, isn’t black and white – there are distinct grey shades there too. Cloud computing … Continue reading Murky possibilities: Dropbox partners with Facebook