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Collating various resources helpful for exploring the future of media in Africa
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6 Emotions That Will Make or Break Your Content Strategy

6 Emotions That Will Make or Break Your Content Strategy | African media futures | Scoop.it

Happiness, fear, and anger are all powerful emotional triggers -- as long as you use them in the right situations.

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EMOTIONS... To what extent do you engage the emotions with your media content as you communicate intentionally?
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Getting unstuck: content strategy for the future

Responsive. Adaptive. Mobile first. Cross-channel. We all want a web that’s more flexible, future-friendly, and ready for unknowns.

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Has the age of quantum computing arrived?

Has the age of quantum computing arrived? | African media futures | Scoop.it
It’s a mind-bending concept with the potential to change the world, and Canadian tech company D-Wave claims to have cracked the code
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What impact would the high speeds of quantum computing have on the media landscape - even more ubiquitous media? increasingly immersive media? common holographic media? accessible complex media production to everyone? Or what else could emerge as ever newer media?
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Multi-tasking in the age of the tablet

Multi-tasking in the age of the tablet | African media futures | Scoop.it

Media and multi-tasking is nothing new, and that's especially true of tablet owners, according to newly released research by GfK MRI's iPanel. Given the portability of the devices and all the capabilities they offer, it's no wonder tablet owners are voracious multi-taskers—in fact, fully 90 percent of them do something else while using their tablets, and multi-tasking accounts for 40 percent of their tablet time. A particularly big percentage of that multi-tasking time is spent watching TV, with 63 percent of tablet owners using their tablets for that purpose, and 41 percent of their total TV-watching time spent using their tablets at the same time.


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