Maximilian Tatton-Brown

Maximilian Tatton-Brown

Writing about what's next.

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Tech Crunch

How paid journalism must work online — and why Blendle can't ...

How paid journalism must work online — and why Blen...

Quartz

Future technologies must be designed to free us from our screen ...

Future technologies must be designed to free us fro...

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econsultancy.com

We must take more pride in analysing how stories are made ...

We must take more pride in analysing how stories ar...

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The Guardian

The iPod effect: how near limitless storage made content worthless ...

The iPod effect: how near limitless storage made co...

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tech.eu

Inside DataSift: A one-stop shop to build on social data?

Inside DataSift: A one-stop shop to build on social...

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The Guardian

Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook censorship despite Charlie ...

Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook censorship despite...

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tech.eu

Inside GoCardless, the startup that helps you get paid faster

Inside GoCardless, the startup that helps you get p...

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econsultancy.com

Death to content: long live the editor

If the saying goes that content is King, today’s warring agendas, varying competence and vulgar chaos would put Game of Thrones to shame....

econsultancy.com

Twitter Cards: in the right place at the right time to create a new kind of web

What’s the difference between a tweet and a blog post? What about a collection of tweets and a website?...

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The Telegraph

Google's hunt for an Apple-killer has taken it to some strange places, but it could pay off – Telegraph Blogs

It doesn’t take a tech expert to spot that Google has been acting strangely lately. Strapping computers to your face, launching self-driving cars, buying military robotics and AI companies — none of these are particularly endearing them to your average Joe. Indeed, many are setting new standards for invasiveness and...

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The Telegraph

For the foreseeable future, your smartphone battery won't last longer than a day. Stop moaning and deal with it – Telegraph Blogs

In the six years since we were all walking around with little bricky Nokia phones, we’ve come to enjoy many of the aspects of having a supercomputer in our pocket – but the fact that battery life will rarely exceed a day isn’t one of them. It seems not a...

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Wired UK

Guest post: Could Amazon re-Kindle payment for content across the web? (Wired UK)

If there’s one subject that tends to divide digital consumers, micro-transactions must be high up the list...

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Wired UK

Facebook's future is in your past (Wired UK)

Why do you check in? Why do you tweet? Why do you share those holiday snaps and tag your friends? The social network experience today is a transient one, both in sharing and consumption...

Wired UK

Why should we opt out of Google's new privacy policy? (Wired UK)

For all the articles out there that detail how to circumvent Google's new privacy policy, there's a real lack of anything that truly explains why...