By Jeremy Wagstaff If you want to see two worlds collide, introduce a Wikipedian to a bunch of journalists. I’ve been doing this quite a bit recently, partly for fun, and partly because I’ve decided a key part of training journalists to be ready for online media is understanding what they’re up against. “This is… Read More »
A recent report by Microsoft researchers had breathed life back into something that looked like a myth: the idea that we’re only six people away from everyone on the planet. Six Degrees of separation, as it’s called, suggested that someone we knew would know someone else who would know someone else who would know someone… Read More »
By Jeremy Wagstaff At the risk of boring you all to death this week I’d like to talk about folders. Yes, I know it’s not the most exciting subject in the world, but I’ve seen too many people make a mess of this that I reckon reading this article should save you on average about… Read More »
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By Jeremy Wagstaff
You may only ever work and play on one computer, in which case you can skip this column and let’s chat again next week.