Something Inventive 24: I’ve just bought a wheelbarrow
Al and Ben discuss the Scandals Facebook, GDPR begging emails, The important of review sites, Email response times and who we’re looking forward to see at WXG 2018.
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- Radbrad Horizon Zero Dawn Youtube Clip
- “I’ve just bought a wheel barrow” Now Show Clip link
- Cambridge Analytica news report
- Facebook privacy settings
- How to keep you and your data safe on Facebook by Intranet Future
- GDPR Double opt in mechanic link
- Book: Be Sociable Book
- Google reviews
- Which Sites Should You Focus on for Reviews? by Whitespark
- Astute Graphics
- WXG (Web Expo Guildford)
- Matt Law – Block Chain
- Simon Rively – VR
- Chad Jennings – UX – Moo.com
- Emma Lawton – Wearable that helps with Parkinson’s tremors
- How to come across well on camera by Clare Harris
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