Tag Archives: Alex Grech

Waving hands, TV and Facebook

Convergence culture in Malta – Facebook on TV Continue reading

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The machine is still changing

Video from Dr Michael Wesh on YouTube antropology. And why wilfing is good for you. Continue reading

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Social Business Forecast 2011

Social business forecasts for 2011 Continue reading

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Anecdotes from the brink

Anecdotes about social media, technology and the transient times we live in. And iPads. Continue reading

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Grown up digital

The generation gap between the Net generation and previous generations seems to be widening. Much of it may be due to the significant behaviour and attitude changes – particularly in the way the Net generation puts technology and social media to strategic use. Continue reading

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More videos for the doubters

Two videos on social media and its ROI Continue reading

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Why you can’t work at work

It may sound like a cliche these days, but formal offices are really redundant. Continue reading

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Whom do you trust?

There are some surprising results in the annual Edelman Trust Barometer, a survey of 4,875 interviews of people aged between 25 years to 64 years. Continue reading

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Ringing the changes

I wrote this piece for Wired Temples, the blog run by Malta Media.  But I guess it fits in here – because it’s pretty much where my work and research interests currently lie. In December 2007, I wrote a piece … Continue reading

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Reading the tea leaves

Will Content always be free? Google is starting to limit free access to news sites. Will other content providers demand the same? Continue reading

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