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Tag Archives: Guardian

Battenhall’s social data insights in today’s Guardian

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Battenhall social media data analysis was used on page 9 of today’s Guardian newspaper coverage of the twitterstorm that has taken hold of the UK, when MP Emily Thornberry tweeted something that would end with her ultimately losing her job as a Labour frontbencher. Thornberry tweeted showing a picture of a house in Rochester with […]

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The ‘infectious disease’ that is Facebook

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When a user slowly becomes immune to its actions and attractions, a group of researchers at Princeton University predict that 80% of Facebook’s users will have abandoned the site by 2017. John Cannarella and Joshua Spechler based their research on the number of times ‘Facebook’ was entered into Google. Google Trends’ chart show that the […]

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10 reasons why news is evil

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If you have ever seen happiness in the person who is ‘blissfully unaware’ then this article in The Guardian may appeal to you. An extract from the book, The Art of Thinking Clearly, by Joseph Dobelli, the article lays out 10 reasons why news is bad for you and how giving up reading news will […]

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