2010 Digital Trends, Ideas and Technologies

June 3, 2010 by  

Have a look at this very interesting overview of some major trends in the digital world including real-time web and an analysis what social media really is. It’s part 1 only. An author of this presentation is David Carr, Digital Strategy Director at Chemistry Communications based in London.


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