Category Archives: Social Networking

Thoughts on Google+

Having been playing with Google+ for a while, I’m starting to get to grips with things. I’m seeing it as a place to talk geeky stuff, where I won’t bore the large group of people I am friends with on … Continue reading

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Guide to Facebook Pages for Government Organisations

My partner in crime at Learning Pool, Breda Doherty, has written an awesome guide to using Facebook pages. She introduces it below – do have a read and then download the guide! Facebook is now used as an everyday means … Continue reading

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Why I’m NOT quitting Facebook

There’s been a lot of talk recently about Facebook and their privacy issues, as well as their perceived attempts to ‘take over the web’ through their ‘like’ buttons and other integrations with their platform. As a result, quite a few … Continue reading

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Internet megalomania

John Naughton is spot on about the recent Facebook announcements in his Observer column: What’s comical about this stuff is not so much its implicit arrogance – the assumption that we all want to share using Facebook – as its … Continue reading

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