Mary Meeker Report Highlights Both Facebook and Twitter Growth Slowing http://t.co/6BicjKy5ST
Live chat begins now! Goodbye org chart: New rules of engagement http://t.co/VHM5n6WCRl
Photographer Dons Her Late Mother’s Clothes in Incredibly Moving Photo Series http://t.co/vjUBlxaYGW #generalphotography #feedly
Listen: Does a right to privacy necessarily lead to censorship on the web? http://t.co/81qJEBPMu8
Why many African leaders can afford to ignore their own people (uncomfortable read for any aid donor) http://t.co/yJ2uEKfKxJ @nybooks
Watch Robert De Niro tell graduates about dealing with rejection http://t.co/o6n9MEHaAP http://t.co/a1i3Ggms5U
Netflix – the native advertising risk takers http://t.co/GQL6NoZKD5 http://t.co/iCgBwiC3R3
A round-up of the best books on the battle of Waterloo from @EconCulture http://t.co/BCvHk4hA9E #Waterloo2015 http://t.co/PvrguB9OWR
Self Publish, Be Happy ♥ Insolance Collectif
.@TonyRomm: the most interesting part of http://t.co/idqDaT4qRN is where it raises whether @Facebook has a civic duty to combat polarization
The Home Secretary has proposed tough new laws to tackle ideologies that undermine "British values"
A man averts nuclear war. True story. But can he play himself in a film of his life?
If you want to know more about what system The Guardian uses for metrics: it's called Ophan. https://t.co/Pz70B7uOfY #Newsgeist
On the Human Rights Act, a characteristically thoughtful, comprehensive and robust posting from @JackofKent https://t.co/ymQvX8bXb1