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Joost arrives

Well I now have my Joost invite and it’s installed on my PC and I’m left wondering. The technology looks as if it could be great, but the content is so weak you have no incentive to explore the technology….

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Friction.TV wants your opinion

Thanks to Tom Murphy for the tip off about Friction.TV. The idea is that you upload your video giving your opinion on a particular issue and then invite debate and contributions. Topic areas include politics, education, environment, business, health, society,…

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A good way for trade unions to embrace social media?

Just had an email about this YouTube video where employees of Miller Brewing Company sing on YouTube to express their anger that CEO Norman Adami is freezing their pensions. Not very well implemented, but great idea and an example of…

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Davos Conversations

Yet another indication of just how mainstream social media has become is Davos Conversations – a collection of blogs, videos and photos to give us a better insight into the exclusive gathering of 2,000+ senior politicians, business and NGO leaders….

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PR Week: 2006 the year in review

PR Week’s Robert Gray has an interesting round-up (paywall) of some of the year’s public relations events and landmarks. The article includes a significant amount about new and social media, in my humble opinion probably a bit more than it…

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999TV and YouTube debut for West Yorks police

In the UK the police are proving to be some of the most innovative users of social media including blogs and video sharing. The chief constable of North Wales Police is probably the most senior public sector officer to blog…

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