April 2015 Release

Connections & Messaging

Penelope Hogan News 1 Comment

Hey Meeps, I’m gonna get deep here for a second. We’ve been talking about our ‘raison d’etre‘ at Meeco office of late. A lot. Love the old start-up ethos of ‘Lets use technology XYZ to make the world a better place‘ but it’s just not very specific. With a growing team, tight schedule of releases and everyone …

Katryna Dow & Denise Holt

Podcast: Retaining Ownership of Your Personal Data

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Recently I had the pleasure of catching up with the lovely Denise Holt from Collaborative IQ. Denise is the CMO & Co-Founder, GratZeez, Inc. & CEO & Founder, Collaborative IQ and the host of the Collaborative IQ Podcast. A serial Entrepreneur since age 23, she has co-founded and operated businesses ranging from local service …

Privacy & Quantifying the Real Cost of ‘Free’

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Lysanne de Water is a graphic design student at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. For her data design minor she chose to focus on the subject of ‘Internet: Censorship, Privacy and Human Rights’. She researched twelve digital platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Ello and Meeco to examine each service’s level of transparency, privacy and use of …

U.S. Passes the Buck to Parents on Children’s Education Data Protection

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On February 26, the U.S. Department of Education launched the ‘Privacy Technical Assistance Center’ (PTAC), a website designed to act as a “One-stop resource for education stakeholders to learn about data privacy, confidentiality, and security practices related to student-level longitudinal data systems and other uses of student data.” This is the first …

#IoB: The Internet of Babies

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Parents across the Internet are following a trend of (practically) live streaming their children’s pre-birth on Facebook, Skype and YouTube. Ultra sounds and updates of their babies health are also finding themselves flung into the digital sphere with the help of apps designed to track the growth of their soon-to-be’s…

The start of your improved experience

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Here we are at the beginning of 2015 and we are starting to see how Meeco is changing thanks to your feedback. Meeps who sign in to Meeco for Web will see the first steps toward a more integrated dashboard experience, which will also support more insight and context from …

Oh The Places You’ll Go

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Over the years I have had the great privilege of working in some amazing teams. Those extraordinary experiences where by the end of the project, I emerged a better person simply because of the people I was surrounded by everyday. One of these experiences was a particularly challenging program of …

Thankyou

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I’m here in Queenstown, New Zealand over the holidays to reflect, hike, cycle and enjoy a little of the southern hemisphere summer. It’s a great chance to review 2014 while working on the Meeco plan for 2015. Over the past few days while thinking about this end of year message …

December Feature News

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It’s been a busy past couple of months, packed with performance enhancements and new features. So busy in fact, that we haven’t had a chance to share our latest news! In this post we will introduce you to two major new enhancements and a long list of upgrades that will …

The Arrival of Calm Technology

The Arrival of Calm Technology

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A lot has changed in the past twenty years. It wasn’t that long ago that the most intrusive technologies in our lives consisted of the home telephone and direct marketing. These invasions of our privacy were easily curbed by even simpler tech solutions: the answering machine and a “no junk …

The War for Your Privacy

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In the eyes of some, there is a raging battle for the privacy of the consumer Internet. In fact, The Guardian recently wrote that in the era of big data, the battle for privacy had already been fought and lost. I argued this point on LinkedIn recently, and made a …