“Quis backup ipsos backups?“, as the Roman poet Juvenal didn’t say but might have if they had had computers in the first century AD. Like most geeks I pride myself on being able to maintain the computers I use on a daily basis. Just like real men don’t eat quiche and real programmers don’t use… Read more »
iOS Location “Tracking”; Gross Invasion Of Privacy Or Media Sensationalism?
Oh dear. For a few years now I’ve been talking about how the privacy aspect of today’s location technologies is something that may just catapult location into the mainstream, and possibly tabloid, media and probably for the wrong reasons. I envisaged this as being something salacious and potentially titillating, such as two Z List celebrities… Read more »
Regular readers of this blog will be aware of my comfort zones when it comes to speaking at conferences. If there’s maps, geography or location involved, however tenuous the connection, I’m well within my comfort zone. But speaking to a room full of seasoned communicators, such as Public Relations professionals? That’s way outside of my… Read more »