The other week, I joined WINOL (the University of Winchester TV Channel) for a discussion on social media (I've just tracked down the footage!). Some intelligent debate (if I say so myself)... but, ah, time to get fit again!! What do you think about the topics for debate?
I got chatting to Simon, Editor of Third Way Magazine, at Greenbelt, and was talking to him about options for publication - a few days later, I had a request to write this article (within 3 days), and with a final bit of editorial polish, very happy to see it in this month's edition, which popped through the door this morning (see p34). Edited in May 2017 to add JPEG of article:
The other week I was filmed for 'Inside Out North East', and this will be shown (in the North East) on Monday evening, but will then be available on iPlayer afterwards. I have had a few questions as to why I am on in the North East when I am based in the South. The 21st century poster story starts in a bookshop in Alnwick... Barter Books...
It's always interesting to see how something you've written (see 'Digital Media Trends 2.0') looks once it has been re-edited and published, and this dropped through the door today. The text for the accompanying article can be found on the Evangelical Alliance website. After the Digital Symposium at Durham, many of the names in this article are familiar. Have a read and see how Christians are using the digital space.
As BBC News staff were told to consider social media content as a news source (as critically as any other source), it seemed a good time to check out 'PDA: The Digital Content Blog', produced by the Guardian.