We are addicted to our technological devices, we use them every day with friends, at work and even take them to bed with us. What many of us don't know is that our reactions to technology are largely engineered. This article shows you what these mechanisms are and what we can do about it.
Mindful social media; at first glance, the terms don’t appear to go together. Mindfulness emphasises slowness, deliberation, and unwavering focus on one thing, non-judgment. Social media, emphasises relies on speed, constant connection and relentless sharing.
...a small amount of memes account for the majority of posts online. This phenomenon plays out when accounting for the behaviour of influential users on Twitter as roughly 10% of social media users account for 90% of the volume of Tweets.
I have been analysing and interpreting social media content for a long time, before Twitter and YouTube became integral parts of our culture, and I think that as a community, the time is right to explore the boundaries of social media analysis further...