Archive for the 'social networks' Category

Twitter and the Tour de France

Sunday, July 19th, 2009

Twitter has changed the way I watch procycling races, it has provided me far more information, than I was getting before and it is all Lance Armstrong’s fault …

Government agencies and social media strategies

Monday, August 11th, 2008

I have started writing a series of posts on Government agencies and social media strategies over on my other blog. The first Why government agencies need a social media strategy was written last week. The second is a rather dry look at the workings of Social Media Strategy and Social Media Policy in Government was […]

A funny thing happened on the way to Plurk

Sunday, July 20th, 2008

About six weeks ago, the Twitter failwhale raised it’s ugly head and like many of my twitter friends headed off to look at alternatives, the two new kids on the block that week where Plurk and FriendFeed. Over 50 of my twitter friends joined both Plurk and FriendFeed. Most of my twitter friends only had […]

This blog has been pimped

Saturday, July 19th, 2008

I was hoping for a quiet night watching the Tour De France, checking FriendFeed occasionally. I was surprised to see Duncan Riley posted 70 fresh blogs for your Feed Reader on Inquisitr and in the OPML file is the feed for this blog and the feed for my side project Gov2.info. So I thought I better pull a Louis Gray and write a blog post in 20 minutes thanking Duncan for the plug …