The Real Life Social Network

The Real Life Social Network v2 View more documents from Paul Adams. Great slideshow demonstrating some of the implications between what I’d prefer to call online/offline, rather than real/virtual! Digital Fingerprint Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @MMUBS. Interested in digital Literacy in the third sector. Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Continue Reading →

Twitter Ye Not @outtherehq

This morning, looking forward to this session ‘Twitter Ye Not‘ at Outthere, who tweets as @outtherehq! Have a small but perfectly formed audience – hope have pitched it right, and look forward to lots of Q&A, rather than me steaming through a presentation… you still have 15 minutes to make it to the Coffee Shop Continue Reading →

Still Think Social Networking is Just a Trend?

From Flowtown. Brought to my attention by Tony Watkins. Digital Fingerprint Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @MMUBS. Interested in digital Literacy in the third sector. Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting. https://twitter.com/digitalfprint Like it? Share it…

AACE

Last night I joined the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, specifically for the Social Media Seminar, which hosted a free (I believe monthly) event at around 8pm UK time (quite convenient), a really interesting discussion (again, particularly the ‘backchat’), which can be followed on Twitter at #smti. Once on the Ning site, Continue Reading →

Charities are Social Media Leaders?

“We live in an age where opportunities for communication are increasing faster than ever. With the rise of Web 2.0 media such as social networking sites and blogs, it has become all the easier for philanthropic organizations to build new connections, as well as publicize their activities and needs. And charities have responded, emerging as Continue Reading →

Brief Reflection on Conference/Event Blogging/Social Media

I’ve had some interesting experiences at recent conferences (reverse chronological order, although I also wrote the most recent last)! JISC E-Learning Fair My iPhone was still awaiting repair/replacement, and as there was a £15 fee to use the wireless, I decided I’d stick with pen and paper, but when it then took quite some time Continue Reading →

Camilla Kerslake: Social Media Savvy!

Earlier this year I trained a life coach with Serenergise, run by Deborah Kerslake and her team (I’ve seriously been encouraging Debs on Twitter!), so I have had the privilege of meeting Camilla (one of the nicest people ever), and have watched with baited breath as this all came together, and am now fascinated to see how Camilla Continue Reading →

Portwiture

In reading other’s Twitter updates, I came across an interesting tool: “Portwiture“, which reads your recent tweets (I’m not sure how recent, but I tried this out yesterday and today, and the images had changed significantly, so I’m assuming it works on the most recent tweets only) and turns them into a pictorial montage. At Continue Reading →