For many, 2020 meant stimulus cheques, furlough payments and government backed funding. These measures in the face of a contracted economy and collateral destruction (read: the end of the small and medium business) has allowed people, during the virus and subsequent governmental crisis, to merely subsist in what was and remains, in every technicality, the … Continue reading How you can save money in the 2021 recession
Farhana Yamin is an internationally recognised environmental lawyer, activist, public speaker and author. She’s a powerful force for good helping to change the way world leaders treat the environment, and was a key “kingmaker” in terms of policy when it came to the UN Paris Agreement. Currently, she sits on the board at Greenpeace. She … Continue reading Women changing the world pt. 2: Farhana Yamin
People trust Twitter more than the news because of the perceived “purity” and reliability of the source, rather than the actual news story itself. Helpfully, Twitter is totally fuelled by community information and conversation. News media, on the other hand, is fuelled by gatekeepers. Twitter is trusted for its lack of gatekeepers. As an interface … Continue reading Why do people trust Twitter more than the news?