The election is over and I’m fully recovered. Now back to the weekly roundup.
Facebook search capabilites have always lagged behind other services. Clearly feeling the pressure of Twitter’s strength as a real-time engagement and breaking news platform (particularly in light of the recent Twitter-Google partnership), Facebook has overhauled its in-house search features.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and good citizenship is good for Canadian brands. This is just as true for public affairs as it is for marketing.
Online entertainment and the digitization of traditional services have turned the Internet into critical infrastructure. That means more wireless use which means bigger wireless bills.
A new report suggests secure infrastructe and data protection are driving up the cost of online commerce and service delivery. The question becomes, do the benefits of the digital economy outweigh the costs?
The features and culture of messaging app WhatsApp has turned it into a powerful (and measurable) communication and engagement tool. Will it pick up where email leaves off?
To most of the population, computers and mobile tech are disposable. This is even more true of software and applications. Shelf life is short. There are a few things that are still kicking after 30 and even 40 years.
Poorly considered slogans can be a problem when they very publicly fail to deliver results. It gets only worse if they’re still being paraded with the same desperate tone after six months.