“Viral” doesn’t do this justice. The Kony 2012 campaign by the Invisible Children not-for-profit is making headlines across the world, and I’m compelled to share.
I thought I’d share a bit about a tweetchat I was part of a little while ago. The actual roundup of the tweetchat is there, but I thought I’d throw in a little more. Hold on, it’s a bit of a bumpy ride, but we’ll get there…
Woah, is it too late to post this? I mean, we’re a whole two days into 2012 and I’ve only just remembered that this was sitting in my drafts… ha! Well, there’ s a New Year’s resolution worth making. Wait, is it too late to make New Year’s resolutions? Oh well… here it is anyway.
Heading home on the tram a few nights ago, I was thinking about the social media event I was coming from and was confronted by this question: “Has social media turned us into consumers of people?” Well, I guess so – but it’s not as horrific as that might sound.
Day 29, the end is in sight. Yes, the time for this fluff on my face to come off. But not without another call to donate. I’m drawing closer to $300 and would love to hit that by tomorrow. Let’s rock it.
Day 23 and the end is in sight. Movember has been the most patronising month I have ever experienced, but I must persevere! It’s all for a good cause, and my fellow mo-bros around Australia aren’t the only ones supporting the cause for men’s health.
One of the best things about working at Connecting Up is the opportunity to meet people doing great things in their community. Ryan Jones and I joined hundreds of community radio broadcasters for their annual conference and ran a workshop on using social media to enrich the audience experience.
I’m usually open to new experiences, so I thought I’d do something I’ve never done before. I trimmed my moustache. Can you tell? I didn’t notice either, and I was there.
Well, this is pretty much it. Two weeks in and it’s less than impressive. I saw some people I hadn’t seen in ages today. They laughed. I told them I was getting sympathy donations. They said they weren’t surprised…
It’s no secret that Google+ is having a bit of a rocky journey, but as the platform continues to grow, the potential for Google+ to offer much more is being revealed. You see, people don’t just want to share with each other, they want to work with each other – Google+ can make that happen.