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Biz Stone – “politicians using social media is a good thing”

When Twitter was in its infancy, the website’s user base was generally composed of young socialites reporting on the minutiae of their day and apprehensive FMCG businesses trying to flog their wares. However, with recent news that over half of the House of Commons – 331 MPs – use Twitter, it appears that the social media platform

Interview with David Rowan – “in two years time, people will be working in jobs that haven’t been invented yet”

In 2009, David Rowan launched Wired UK. It was the third country launch of the Wired magazine brand, following Wired Italia earlier that year and the original US Wired some two decades before. Initially there were doubts as to whether launching the UK version was a savvy business move or not, with some commentators questioning whether

Harper Reed on PBS

A pleasure to see Harper in New York on my last trip and talk about the what’s next for social media, the highs and lows of running a large creative team and the big deal around data. Harper has been busy since he stepped down at CTO on the Obama For America campaign. Here he

Paul Kennedy’s new book – Engineers of Victory

Paul Kennedy is a British historian best known for his internationally bestselling 1987 work The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.  His newest book, Engineers of Victory: The Problem Solvers Who Turned the Tide in the Second World War, has been released to almost universal critical acclaim. As its title suggest, the tome details how unsung innovators and

David Rowan on the positive use of personal data

As the UK editor of  WIRED magazine, David Rowan knows a thing or two about data. In his keynote speech for NEXT annual conference in Berlin, David articulates how personal data collected digitally can have a positive impact on individual health and happiness. If you’d like to book David for a speaking opportunity, please contact Alex Hickman.

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