Here at digi.me we're active around the world and at the forefront of innovation in the burgeoning personal data economy, so we're not unused to press attention. But we're delighted to have been featured in an article in Der Spiegel, one of Europe's biggest and most prestigious weekly news magazines, looking at how data start-ups … Continue reading digi.me featured in Der Spiegel and Icelandic press!
What is the future of personal data? How will it affect me personally and how will it affect my work and day to day life? These are all big questions when it comes to our personal data and these questions become even more prominent when we start to look at who currently has access to data about us.
Today is our digi.me birthday! Yes we are a year older and a year wiser! We just wanted to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone who uses digi.me regularly. Without you we wouldn't be celebrating our birthday today so simply put today is all about you our digi.me users. Over … Continue reading Birthday Celebrations for digi.me!
This week there has been a lot of discussion on TechCrunch and other sites as a result of this publication detailing how people don't understand how their personal data is being used by social networks or search sites. The essence of these articles puts into question whether your personal data is really being used with your … Continue reading Personal Data Privacy in the News This Week
Every now and again I get asked for a top tip that I have picked up during my time working with social media. This weekend the latest question was in relation to using Facebook. How do you share a picture on Facebook so that your friends actually see it. My response was a fairly simple … Continue reading Tips and Tricks Tuesday: Storytelling
I don't know if you have noticed the recent trends on social media towards sharing video and the importance of video on social media sites. Statistically other than Google search YouTube is the most popular video site in the world however Facebook and Twitter now have video embedded into their timelines as well. The difference … Continue reading Friday Fun: The Future of Video
Digi.me have been chosen as an exemplar in our field and have been given the opportunity to showcase our technology at Digital Catapult on the 27th April. The key themes that we will be discussing at this event will be the change in control with regard to sharing as well as the internet of things and … Continue reading Digi.me Showcase at Digital Catapult on 27th April