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Really pleased to be able to publish this post from Cisco’s Jeremy Crump on the use of Twitter by the police, with specific reference to the recent disturbances in London, Birmingham and other cities. The widespread use of social media … Continue reading →
A common risk associated with public bodies engaging online in spaces like Twitter is that there’s too much interaction to cope with. It’s something that often gets raised when I am talking with clients. E-government bulletin covered the issue recently: … Continue reading →
A bit of a flurry on Twitter about Preston City Council’s ‘Social Media Toolkit‘ which describes itself as a complete guide to joining the social media revolution It costs £199 (plus VAT). I wish them luck. I do this stuff … Continue reading →
It’s hard to tell… but here’s a presentation I did sometime in early 2007 that I found when ploughing through some old stuff: Social Media And The Information Authority View more presentations from Dave Briggs If you can’t see the … Continue reading →
When I’m talking at events or to meetings of people within an organisation about the benefits of moving communications and engagement activity online, I often have someone put their hands up and say: I totally get what you are saying, … Continue reading →