Monday Mashup: Digital media news and conversation starters to get you through the week

18/Jan/2016 · 1 MINS READ

Each Monday we bring you digital media news and conversation starters to get you through the week. If you appreciate a good pre-meeting icebreaker, this is for you.

To keep you thinking

Helen McCabe quits as editor-in-chief of the Australian Women’s Weekly after six years

Helen McCabe has resigned as the editor-in-chief of The Australian Women’s Weekly after six years at the helm of the country’s most influential magazine.

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Snapchat marketing resumes original content production after failed first effort

An earlier effort to produce its own original content failed, but Snapchat won’t be deterred: The social media app has launched a second effort to publish its own cache of created content.

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Miles Gray: insta-famous Australian paid to show us the world on social media

Tasmanian man Miles Gray is one of a growing number of young Australians using social media to travel the world while leading a movie star-style lifestyle.

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Conversation starters

What your pronunciation of these words tells other people

Pronunciation matters, and the way you say things will lead people to assume. Where do you put flowers? People are ready to infer a whole lot about you by the way you say your answer.

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Controversial convos

The problem with journalism is you need an audience

Traditional journalism is dead.

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