Live streaming – democracy in its purest form?

Although we have five senses, it is sight that I consider to be the most important. Humankind has been creating and sharing images throughout its evolution from cave drawings, tapestries, paintings to photos shared on social media such as Instagram and Snapchat. The written word is a powerful medium but the cliché about a picture being ...

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Webinars vs Webcasting: What’s best for me?

At Public-i we get asked a lot about webinars, or our product Connect gets misinterpreted as a webinar system. I also personally get asked what the difference is between a webinar and a webcast? In fact it’s really not that complicated, here is my take on highlighting the differences between the two disciplines. What’s a webinar? Webinars ...

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In, Out? Shake It All About

Is it my imagination or are we in the throes of election fever? By my reckoning we’re going to be subjected to a barrage of media interest as the EU referendum and US Presidency election get closer. That’s not forgetting the forthcoming Council and PCC elections nor the matter of who will be the next ...

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The Apprentice at Public-i

Grady Taylor - Public-i's first apprentice - has written this blog post about his first few months of apprentice life.  The days are long now... From an average college student studying Information Technology three days a week to working full-time as Public-i’s first apprentice service desk officer at nineteen years old is no small step, more like a ...

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Big Block of Cheese Day

Yesterday was Big Block of Cheese Day. For those of you who don’t know what that is, here’s a potted history: In 1837, in the foyer of Andrew Jackson’s White House, was placed a 1,400lb block of cheese. All who were hungry were invited to come to the White House and take a piece, regardless of ...

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