Archive | August, 2010

Can Twitter improve equality in the workplace?

A line in Amelia Torode’s latest blog post got me thinking about how social media and social networks could have an important role to play in improving equality in the workplace. Despite a raft of legislation the UK’s employment landscape is far from equal and the gap between pay and opportunities between men and women […]

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Die press release

Future of public relations and social media – the truth according to Mashable

Yesterday Mashable had an absolutely ridiculous article on the ‘Future of public relations and social media‘. Some of its analysis and expert opinion was truly breathtaking in its simplicity. News releases still aren’t dead First up for being wrong is the assertion that the press release is dead. Please, we were there in February 2006  […]

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Stuart Bruce’s Twitter parade

For some weekend fun enjoy your own Twitter parade (follow the link for a full screen version of the animation) via Tom Murphy.

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Media that I pay for

Ged Carroll blogged about media that he pays for and then Stephen Waddington followed, so I thought I’d add to what could become a meme and list my personal essentials: The Guardian – no matter how in to ‘online’ I am, nothing beats a physical newspaper. It’s so much more enjoyable and easier to read […]

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