Joan Westenberg

Chaotic good. PR director & tech writer ft. Wired, ABC, AFR, SF Chronicle, The Next Web, Junkee. founder @tiny_spells/ She/Her.

  1. Lessons that TikTok creators can learn from Vine creators

    With TikTok’s future in peril, I don’t want to talk about doom and gloom. That’s not a helpful approach, and it doesn’t give content creators the insights they need to successfully manage their audience and channel while their platform is in crisis.

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    From the TikTok desk

  2. The MySpace culture gap: what happens when platforms die?

    In 2019, the once-great social media giant MySpace announced that due to a server migration and malfunction, they had lost 50 million user-uploaded items, representing 12 years of content uploaded to the platform.

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    From the Culture desk

  3. Co-working is dead. Who cares.

    I honestly believe that the co-working model is over.

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    From the Employment desk