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Jonathan Murphy

Technology & Creativity Blog editor

Blog posts in total 19

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  1. Women in tech event - get involved

    Women in tech event - get involved

    Details of how to attend a Women in Tech event in Salford

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  2. September round-up

    A round-up of some of the news from BBC D&E over the last few weeks

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  3. Digital News trends for 2018

    Digital News trends for 2018

    We reveal the findings of the world's biggest news survey - the Reuters Institute for Journalism Digital News report 2018

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  4. A round up of Sound

    A round up of Sound

    A round-up of some technology and audio news from the last 7 days.

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  5. Fighting bias in the machines

    Fighting bias in the machines

    This year's BBC Academy and D&E developers conference looked at techniques to fight bias machine learning

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  6. Social Media - a question of Trust

    Social Media - a question of Trust

    The BBC Academy's Social Media Conference hosted a panel debate about Trust in Social Media

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  7. Infocalypse Now

    Infocalypse Now

    Technology writer Charley Warzel warns of the toxic cocktail of social media and political manipulation.

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  8. The new voice service explained

    The new voice service explained

    An interview with Mukul Devichand, Executive Editor of the BBC's new voice service for smart speakers.

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  9. Time for a change

    Internet Blog editor Jonathan Murphy explains the reasons behind the blog's change of name.

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  10. The Revolution will be Televised

    The Revolution will be Televised

    A look at the challenges facing the TV industry over the next 5 years

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  11. 24 hour Diversity Hackathon highlights

    24 hour Diversity Hackathon highlights

    Video highlights of the BBC's first ever 24 hour Hackathon.

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  12. This Automated Life

    This Automated Life

    A look at the pros and cons of AI, through the lens of the Webby Awards.

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  13. Hackathon ends with a flurry of ideas

    Hackathon ends with a flurry of ideas

    The 24-hour Diversity Hackathon came to an end at New Broadcasting House with plenty of ideas to promote news stories to different audiences.

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  14. 24 Hour Diversity Hackathon under way

    The BBC's first ever 24 hour hackathon was launched this morning in London's New Broadcasting House.

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  15. BBC Online @20: dreams, data and downloads

    And today we’re publishing our own interactive historical timeline looking back at key developments over the last 20 years - with the help of colleagues on the iWonder team.

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  16. The BBC Online @20: videos

    The second panel session was a wider look at the past, present and future of the web, chaired by technology author and broadcaster Aleks Krotoski. The panellists were Martha Lane Fox, founder of Lastminute.com and chair of Go On UK, John Naughton, technology columnist for the Observer and JP Ran...

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  17. The BBC Online @20

    Today we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the BBC going online. In April 1994 a new series aired on BBC Two called The Net, looking at all things digital. Accompanying the series was the BBC’s first bulletin board along with the creation of the Networking Club

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  18. Future Media Standards and Guidelines Website Refresh

    Today Standards and Guidelines has changed. We’ve removed a dozen guidelines that were out-of-date, cross-linked much of the design information to its sister site www.bbc.co.uk/gel, changed the colour and font of the site to bring it more in line with GEL and removed some broken links.

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  19. Contact The BBC: New look page

    Today we’re launching a new portal page for anyone who wants to Contact the BBC which will be linked to from the footer of each BBC web page. I’ve been working with my colleagues in Audience Services who handle the many contacts the BBC receives each year. They have found that although people a...

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