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Andrew Farley says his tweet which defamed a teacher was a one-off because he was upset.
Former schoolboy ordered to pay damages for defaming teacher on Twitter and Facebook.
SOCIAL media is a tricky business for small businesses — how do you build a virtual following and engage your audience, without annoying them?
We are a society that brags through megapixels. - New Zealand Herald
A study on emoticons. What will science think of next?
Van Badham is the kind of woman who could lay claim to the title virago: a strong-minded, bold, funny writer who penned her first play when she was in second grade. When not crafting novels and columns, she frequently fences on Twitter, often arguing about politics and gender. Over the eight months her father spent slowly dying of cancer, she shared details of his illness - because he was so intrinsic to her life, she says, that most who knew her knew him: "He was my best friend, I was an only child, we even look alike."
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A father has issued a heartbreaking appeal to Facebook asking for his dead son's, one-minute Look Back retrospective video - and received an overwhelming response. - New Zealand Herald
Kiwis have been hooked by Facebook's latest gimmick, which puts together a short movie of their online life. - New Zealand Herald
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Search your feelings. You know you've thought about it.
Whether this is or isn't a generation of narcissists, it's hardly the first to be shaped by media
Dinosaurs in the workplace are often blind to their demise, just like their namesakes were 66 million years ago.
Companies are now getting good impact from social media but a marketing expert says that online discourse has become more volatile and smart companies should be aware of that. - New Zealand Herald
Author Danah Boyd argues that social media isn't ruining kids. Society at large is doing the real damage
At pubs, clubs and around workplace water-coolers, people have always hurled insults at those with whom they disagree. In the vast majority of cases, there were no consequences because - New Zealand Herald
Thinking of organising a picnic at one of Sydney's eastern suburbs beaches? If it is in Bondi, Bronte or Tamarama, be careful about using Facebook or Twitter to invite your guests because you could incur the wrath of the local council and a $220 fine.
You're probably not going to read this story, but you might as well Tweet it
Paedophiles and hit men have figured out something vital when it comes to communicating.
Studies suggest that browsing Facebook can make you unhappy, says Justin Mullins. Why might that be?
Twitter has finally acknowledged what any newcomer could have told the company within five minutes: the messaging service is too hard to use.
We commissioned filmmaker Nic Askew (http://soulbiographies.com/) to make a series of films about connected learning, a new approach to learning designed for our…
Melburnians like sport, shopping and coffee. Our train system we like less. How do we know these things? Twitter told us.
Researchers John Cannarella and Joshua Spechler from Princeton University made headlines last month when they predicted that Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook would shed 80 per cent of its - New Zealand Herald
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