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Tech, media & politics for enquiring minds
Thursday, 20 June 2013
is a contributor to The Kernel.
The art of saying absolutely fuck-all
Toward better business blogging: 5 easy steps
George Osborn explains how to get attention online without the need for originality or critical analysis.
The necessity of satire
Step up to the plate, internet. George Osborn argues that we need more satire in our lives.
Frictionless sharing’s dirty little secret
Frictionless sharing is simply a way of forcibly mobilising a user base, writes George Osborn. Claims that it's somehow useful or more natural are bunk.
Not of Norwich
How to be an Assangelite
George Osborn explains the steps necessary for a thinking person to maintain their admiration of the Wikileaks founder.
How do you solve a problem like Zynga?
Could public humiliation be the way to prompt a desperately-needed shift in strategy at Zynga? George Osborn thinks it might.
Not the droid you're looking for
Why Android is failing
Android, despite Google’s push for user volumes worldwide, looks to be flagging in the smartphone market. George Osborn investigates why.
Don’t look to Wall Street for tech nous
George Osborn explains why it's foolhardy to rely on Wall Street for information about the technology industry's performance.