The Year End Links Post

Ah, Christmas: the season of lists, predictions, and lists of predictions! By which definition, I suppose, a Links Post might not be wholly unfestive – especially one slightly more bloated than usual, and full of lists and predictions: From Guardian…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 29

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below: Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to…

Retargeting ads aren't always retargeting the right people

Personalised retargeting or remarketing. Ads that seem to follow you around the internet, tailored to the online retail sites you’ve already visited and even the specific products you’ve browsed there. However you want to describe them, such ads seem to…

Super-fast broadband for Cornwall

Cornwall’s digital geeks were celebrating last Thursday as Cornwall Council and BT officially announced the imminent rollout of ultra-fast fibre broadband across great swathes of the county and the Isles of Scilly. The EU-funded project will make Cornwall one of…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 23

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below: Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 22

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below: Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 20

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below (well, when I’m not moving house anyway): Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 19

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below: Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to…

The Weekend Links Post: No. 16

Welcome, again, to another entirely subjective selection of 15 links, humanely culled from my week’s online reading and roughly collated under the seven broad categories seen below: Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to…

Canaries in the coal mine?

A question: are the internet naysayers* right? A more useful question: what can be learned from their criticisms? Last month, I wondered about the internet’s strengths also being its weaknesses, and what could be achieved by addressing these weaknesses, rather…

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