Unless you’ve avoided all forms of social media over the last two years, you’ve probably heard of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union – aptly dubbed ‘Brexit’. The political climate of the UK has been highly publicised since the referendum was announced, and many politicians including Prime Minister David Cameron have stepped… Continue reading BreLeave in Brexit?
Whenever I think of a media space, a group of people and their computers floating around connected to each other by wires is always the first image that comes to mind. In reality, a media space doesn’t physically exist. The concept is the same, but the connections are virtual. My experience with media spaces runs… Continue reading Floating in Media Space
One of the biggest lies told in the 21st century is "I have read and agree to the terms and conditions" and one of the problems with this is that without reading these incredibly long and tedious documents, we can't be sure that the website or app or program that we are signing up for… Continue reading Facebook Owns What Now?!