It seems that Clark Kent won’t be requiring a telephone box to change into his superhero get-up for much longer. It has been revealed that Superman’s real-life persona will quit his renowned job as a reporter at the Daily Planet newspaper in Metropolis, in an upcoming issue. The Man of Steel tells his colleague Lois
The recent story of an individual in America, who was “outed” for moderating content deemed to be offensive on Reddit, has sparked yet another round in the debate as to what is and isn’t allowed online. Should internet users suffer real-life repercussions, such as the loss of their job and negative worldwide public attention, when
Facebook are looking to introduce a ‘Want’ button. Though you wouldn’t be able to do this on a site other than on Facebook itself, in the same way that you might be able to ‘like’ an article you’ve just read, it is a rather interesting development as to the direction where Facebook is heading in.
We’ve recently jumped on the Instagram-wagon (terrible, we know). As well as making us all point our smartphones at our meals or look like tourists in the street, we’ve unlocked some great possibilities when it comes to producing content for clients. We all know the famous line ‘content is king’; or ‘content is kingmaker’ as
President Obama’s recent defence of free speech and the ongoing discussion about what we can and can not say on Twitter have been rife. After all, it is the internet, which is supposed to give everyone poetic license, surely? There have been stories about people venting and making light of circumstances, and then being charged