The very structure of Twitter is creating the toxic atmosphere on there. Can it be fixed without completely reinventing itself?
Facebook is in decline and the chat apps are rising. But it's more than algorithm changes, but a shift in people's behavior - how do we adapt?
Over a decade ago, The Guardian was a genuine innovator, launching a daily news podcast. It's revisiting that idea in 2018 - seemingly unaware that they've done it before.
Kerala in India has been hit by devastating floods over the summer. A years ago I was over there, working with the journalists who are now covering the tragedy.
There are too many social platforms now, so you need to have intelligent focus to make the most of them.
The internet is having a rough adolescence