A stat attack, A.I., content fatigue, cookies, cinnamon and milk are all on the menu in this week’s My Five. Feast your eyes.
Time for another coronavirus-heavy My Five, where Google gets generous, bots replace humans on Zoom calls, and idiots burn down mobile phone masts.
It’s a My Five full of fakery this week – including robo-dogs, AI generated headshots, and a satirical WhatsApp chat between the world leaders.
Copy writing robots are set to take over in this week’s My Five, whilst brands are painting the town rainbow for Pride.
Falling in love with someone that doesn’t exist, social media fasting, Uber, Harry Potter and dancing lambs. It can only be My Five time.
In this week’s My Five, we’re having a cuppa with Boris, kids are drawing on horses and Facebook drops the ball. Again.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… well, it’s beginning to look a little bit like Christmas… so here’s a faintly festive MyFive.
Check out this season’s must-have space travel attire, coverage of the USA’s eclipse, and a little content copyright bickering. It’s My Five Time.
Mental football transfers, Brexit teething troubles, a legend of our time retires, AI and SEO and hyper loops – it can only be MyFive time.
A bot, a dog, a gorilla, an owl… and some mucky jeans. Take a look at the five things Will Greenwood decided would be worth sharing from the last week or so.
Twitter chimp(s), a LinkedIn hack and funny faces in this week’s My Five round up courtesy of Libby Bearman. Have wonderful weekend! #MyFive