Mathew Lowry

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As usual, Jay Rosen captures both the essence of blogging, and how it has changed so much over the past few years, in Blogging is doing your work in public. For me it’s slightly different – this and my other blogs are where I do my thinking in public – but I guess it amounts… » read more

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I’m launching a weekly enewsletter to ensure I absorb something from the social media firehose. I’ve already written about research showing that people share stuff they don’t actually read, for reasons buried deep in our dopamine-fixated minds: But even as you take a closer look, you feel FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) tugging you back… » read more

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An organisation which cannot remember cannot learn; an organisation which cannot learn cannot improve. Sometime during the EuropCom conference, I found myself listening to someone explaining how the Commission is reorganising the EUROPA site along thematic lines. “But the thematic portal architecture was adopted in 2001,” I said. He hadn’t heard – he’d only been… » read more

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