When consumers revolt: The age of digital obfuscation

Digital marketing relies on data. You’re fed Facebook advertising that reflects your likes; email marketing that responds to previous opens and clicks; search ads that are based on the behaviour of your specific demographic. But what happens when you choose to block that information from search engines and advertisers? There’s quite a bit of interest […]

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From Tybalt to txting: The evolution of language

The brilliant linguist David Crystal and his son David are fascinated by the original pronunciation of Shakespeare’s works. Change just two or three words to the original pronunciation, and a sonnet may completely change in meaning. Unless we’re hearing the original format, we’re probably missing a large portion of Shakespeare’s original jokes, puns, insults and […]

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