When taking a closer look at ‘social networks’, the realization comes quick: the word social should not be taken in the literal sense. A post about Silicon Valley CEO’s getting rich of our backs and fair alternatives to social platforms.
All over the world, populists are on the rise. At the same time, social media has become a favoured means of communication for politicians. What part does this play in this concerning development?
Corporate social responsibility is sometimes sadly just a fancy phrase. But when it is taken seriously and done right, it can be very powerful.
Over the Christmas holidays I was back in my former flat share in Vienna. Sitting around our tiny kitchen table my friends and I ended up discussing the turbulence of the past year, Michelle, Arnie and finding new ways.
The War on Drugs: fought to keep your kid safe, your neighbourhood friendly and your street clean. But the failing efficacy of this war introduced the campaigners of ‘Anyone’s Child’ to a whole new different fight.