Posts Tagged ‘The New Yorker’

I’m sure you are familiar with Chris Anderson. As well as being the Editor-in-Chief of Wired Magazine and an engaging presenter and advocate of digital technology; he is also the author of The Long Tail. I liked the Long Tail. It was an engaging book built around a well established idea – that in statistics, […]

As social media breaks through and the heat around Twitter eclipses news items on TV and in the press, here’s a thought and a copy of the cartoon that appeared in The New Yorker on 1st June. Why are people embracing social media in their millions? Because it is an enabler, it empowers people and […]