Monthly Archives: June 2011

Google tries social again

Google announced Google+ yesterday, their latest attempt at getting success in the social networking arena. Techcrunch have a good write up of the details, but for the best coverage, it’s hard to top Steven Levy’s piece in Wired (indeed, Levy’s … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. 2011 London Social Business Summit – Great content from this event. Introducing South West LocalGovCamp #swlocalgc « Carl’s Notepad – This should be a good one! ’100 million comments a … Continue reading

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Crowd sourcing ideas with WordPress

For a customer, we at Kind of Digital have been putting together a prototype system using WordPress to crowdsource ideas from the public. We’ve done plenty of reading about previous attempts at this sort of thing, and hopefully have avoided … Continue reading

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Next live chat – Tuesday 28th June on crisis comms

The last web chat we did was pretty successful, so after a couple of weeks’ break, let’s do another. On 28th June at 11am, we’ll be talking about using the web, and in particular, social media, in crisis communications. Head … Continue reading

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