When you hear someone describe himself as “the Jordan Peterson of rap” in one of his songs, you know there’s more to him than meets the eye. Or in this case, than meets the music. Get to know Zuby Udezue in this interview: A UK-based rapper, podcaster and entrepreneur who doesn’t shy away from calling it like he sees it.More Info
People abuse the term ‘community’. A community is defined as “a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.” It doesn’t mean the million things politicians want it to. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram talk about their community – but we’re certainly not in the same neighbourhood and we don’t have much in common (especially if you look at your feed on Twitter)…More Info
Imagine leaving your doctor after receiving the dreaded news that you have cancer. The sinking feeling, the anxiety, the loneliness of that moment. If it hasn’t happened to you, then chances are that it has happened to someone you know and love. Some people don’t have to imagine. It’s gut-wrenching, terrifying, too much to bear. But you don’t have to go through this alone.
Facebook just launched their first ever original podcast – Three and A Half Degrees – and if there was ever a moment podcasting became totally mainstream, this is it. The basic idea is that we used to say we were all within six degrees of separation – or six degrees of Kevin Bacon, as it became known. Facebook’s podcast series seems to suggest, in a connected digital world, that we’re now separated by only three and a half degrees…
How do you break through the clutter in an avalanche of information? Podcasting is a great way to communicate ideas and introduce conversations – even within organisations. Tell the truth… when last did you read your company newsletter? Did you really have the time to digest the Chairman’s report? I bet you didn’t.More Info