Citizen journalism and business ads: Twitter’s options or future paths?

Exchanging ideas in 140 characters, Twitter seems to hit the target of rapidity asked by today’s World. But, are full-speed messages enough to promote business? Moreover, does this shortness undermine the quality of information? A few considerations on the last Twitter Academy Webinar and an interview with Joanna Geary, head of news partnerships at Twitter UK


Keen's new provocation: internet is an epic fail

Former speaker at ICS Local 2013 in Milan, the “Antichrist of Silicon Valley” Andrew Keen has just published a new book, titled “The Internet is not the Answer”, where the popular and controversial Internet guru reflects on how the web has only amplified global inequities


European Medicine Agency: twenty years of commitment in ensuring efficacy and safety

The European Medicine Agency turns twenty: a chance to take stock of its activities and commitment and to renew its mission aiming at an increasingly transparent communication


Mediterranean identities in Brussels with Blumm Prize Future Frames

Laetitia Vançon wins the first edition of BlummPrize Future Frames, photography award on the theme of belonging in the Mediterranean, former cradle of great civilizations, now privileged land for the experimentation of new languages



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