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Twitter, audio, media, listen, social media, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Twitter's audio card: A new sound direction
Media editor Alex Veeneman looks at the new innovation introduced by Twitter, and how listening and consuming music and audio will change.
Website passwords, online security, kettle mag, Rachel Arkley
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Rachel Arkley looks at how you can prevent your social media becoming the most shared story in your town.
Ben Howard, I Forget Where We Were
I Forget Where We Were- Ben Howard album review
Alice Cruickshank reviews Brit-Award winner, Ben Howard's latest offering.
Nirankar Phull, Gone Girl review, Kettle
Review: Gone Girl – “Hauntingly perfect”
David Fincher puts marriage under the microscope with his latest masterpiece.
kettle mag, Ryan Fuller
Unifyi - Combining the best of social media for students
Ryan Fuller looks at a new social media platform - just for students - and asks whether the professional side can match up to the community feel of the site?
Kettle Mag Kirstie Keate Closing Schools
The national scandal of closing schools
Schools all over the country are closing at a rate of one a month, why is nothing being done about it?
Immigrations, economics, kettlemag, charlie low
Immigration: Talk is Cheap
Charles Low looks into the research onto the costs and benefits of immigration to the UK and finds it ever more perplexing
Pornhub records - a step too far? KettleMag
Welcome to Porn Hub Records
In a society already so bombarded with soft-porn imagery, does the introduction of music label Porn Hub Records take the association one step too far?
Ben Bradlee, Barack Obama, Presidential Medal of Freedom, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Ben Bradlee, Washington Post editor, dies at 93
Media editor Alex Veeneman looks at the career of the US journalist Ben Bradlee, who died 21 October, aged 93.
No to Racism, UEFA, Kettlemag, Rory Nicklin
Racism is still an issue in Russia four years before they host the World Cup
Rory Nicklin looks at Russia's problematic racial mentality in the lead up to the World Cup