Facebook has made a controversial announcement this week: to essentially block ad blockers from its site. In a blog post yesterday, Andrew Bosworth, Vice President for Ads & Business Platform said the site will “begin showing ads on Facebook desktop for people who currently use ad blocking software.” Ad Preferences In a poll run by […]
In 1897, Millicent Fawcett led the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies in a campaign that issued leaflets and organised petitions to raise awareness and gain support for women’s suffrage. She believed in constitutional campaigning and organised meetings to discuss issues but her methods weren’t working. In 1903, Emmeline Pankhurst founded a new organisation, The […]
Back in March, Instagram announced that it would be changing the way it presents its viewers feeds. Instead of placing posts in chronological order, Instagram have been developing an algorithm to optimize the order.
Emojis have become a normal part of life. They’re everywhere now, but once emojis were just a crazy idea that may never come to fruition had it not been for a bit of determination and belief. When Shigetaka Kurita thought up the emoji, it was a simplistic 12×12 pixel image in a single colour. Even […]
This week Lemonade has been almost all we can talk about. Even if you didn’t know anything about it, I can guarantee that you have noticed the word lemonade all over the internet. Just in case you still haven’t made the connection (where have you been!?) the lemonade I am referring to is, of course, […]