John Thornhill in the Financial Times has written an insightful and provocative opinion piece about the role the lowly hashtag has had on debate. He introduces us to his thoughts by stating, “The short history of the hashtag tells the …
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The Hashtag has Changed the Face of Debate
Tag Archives: Financial Times
January 14, 2019 – 3:46 pm
This is somewhat inside baseball, but a story in the Financial Times discusses a controversy within the British PR industry over what constitutes public relations. It all started with an early January interview by BBC Radio 4 of actual PR …
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