So here’s the thing. We’ve all noticed how dull our social media feeds are getting (Facebook), or how impossible they might be to actually manage in any meaningful way (Twitter), or how inane most of the content is (Instagram). OK, this may not be strictly true for everyone, but I reckon we all nod in at least some agreement, recognising… Read more →
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