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New tools to the rescue

The days of using Microsoft Word and Excel to create charts are gone. Let's consider data visualisation tools. They allow a user to save and/or publish visualisations directly online. Previously, these visualisations were merely saved onto your computer. Now your visualisations can be shared with the public or stored on an online platform for personal use.

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Social TV brings T-Commerce and Open Journalism

by Simone Redelinghuys
Television broadcast is far from dead, it is simply adapting and transforming. The new broadcast landscape is not just about check-ins, real-time tweets, catch up TV or instant connectivity. While television and social networks form stronger bonds and increased interactivity; researchers and media practitioners emphasise that this is not the only change social TV will bring.

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