‘Student who downloaded Al Qaeda magazine “didn’t know what it would contain”‘
A university drop-out who downloaded an Al Qaeda magazine including bomb-making instructions ‘didn’t really know’ what it would contain, the Old Bailey heard.
‘David Cameron defends handing BSkyB decision to Jeremy Hunt’
David Cameron has defended handing the culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, the task of overseeing News Corporation’s controversial bid for BSkyB, saying it was “not some rushed, botched political decision”.
‘The power of collective research, task-based investigations and swarm intelligence’
How the Internet has tried to make a difference using crowdmapping techniques.
‘The banning of the blog’
A schoolgirl in Argyll and Bute has been banned from blogging about her school dinners. Her blog received over two million views in its first two weeks. The author Martha, who calls herself “Veg”, takes a picture of her meal each day and writes a review, coupled with a few thoughts about her day. Now the school has stepped in to ban her.
‘Social media success and 7 myths that might be slowing you down’
Everyone who is into social media for more than a couple of months knows that paying money to get likes on your Facebook page doesn’t work. Buying a bunch of Twitter followers doesn’t cut it either. Here are some tips to get you started.