The trial of the man accused of Grace Millane’s murder is unlike any other in New Zealand history, recounted in micro-beats, each one tweeted and push-notified.
Being a big brand, corporate, or government department means restraining yourself on social media, no matter how grievously you feel you've been wronged, writes Anna Connell.
The flood of fun memes, hot takes and utterly inane dog speak springing from the social media accounts of public organisations and corporates needs to stop
In the ongoing palaver around the non-appointment of a chief technology officer, we're awash in opinions from pakeha blokes
If Pauline Kingi has really resigned for poking someone 23 times on professional Facebook, then that’s a real bloody shame
A bunch of people seem to have taken the Green MP's comments about diversity on boards very personally, when the research suggests there's nothing controversial about them at all, writes Anna Connell.