From prweek.com/uk: From our bloggers

A SOCIAL MEDIA BACKLASH

Ged Carroll, 24 January

The Guardian had an interesting article about a backlash under way against social media. I can sympathise with some of the views expressed but I also see the futility of the backlash. Reading Kevin Kelly's What Technology Wants highlights the fact technology often begats new technology to solve problems the first technology created ...

THE FUTURE OF CONTENT

Paul Armstrong, 24 January

You'd expect nothing less than something spectacular from a former senior editor of Tank magazine who has also contributed to the likes of Vogue ...

Xerxes Cook is, in addition to curating exhibitions and editing bespoke print publications, a consultant copywriter for companies on behalf of the Gucci Group and Lipman NYC, who just put out the much acclaimed POST magazine on the iPad ... and only the iPad. I wanted to find out where he thinks content is going ...

Tweeting in the house

Simon Redfern, 21 January

Should Hansard start to report tweets from MPs while they are in the Chamber? ePolitix picked up on a Parliamentary flurry which, given the forces at work at the end of this political week, got lost in the drama ... Julian Huppert, MP for Cambridge, tweeted a comment about Andy Burnham, the shadow education secretary, refusing to work with Simon Hughes, the tuition fees tzar. Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow ... suggested that Huppert was 'using p'mentary privilege to spin perhaps'.

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