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Immigration in the Age of #Social: The Benefits of Managing Social Media Data

Quantity has a Quality all its own.This famous and perceptive phrase has been variously attributed to the German philosopher Hagel, Engels, Lenin, and finally Josef Stalin. Despite the largely shady cast of characters associated with it, the phrase captures an important truth: that large volumes often have characteristics far beyond the traits of a single instance.This phenomenon is driving all types of private business to analyze the billions of social media comments now available to gain new…See More
Apr 14, 2013
Tiffany Wan commented on Carmen A. Medina's blog post 'Immigration in the Age of #Social: The Benefits of Managing Social Media Data'
"Just a quick note -- we've updated the link in the post to where you can read the entire Immigration in the Age of #Social paper. Apologies!"
Apr 10, 2013
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Carmen A. Medina commented on Carmen A. Medina's blog post 'Reality in the Land of Unintended Consequences'
"Tim, thanks for your thoughtful comments. I suspect you're right about people not thinking well about the longterm consequences of their actions."
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Immigration in the Age of #Social: The Benefits of Managing Social Media Data

Quantity has a Quality all its own.This famous and perceptive phrase has been variously attributed to the German philosopher Hagel, Engels, Lenin, and finally Josef Stalin. Despite the largely shady cast of characters associated with it, the phrase captures an important truth: that large volumes often have characteristics far beyond the traits of a single instance.This phenomenon is driving all types of private business to analyze the billions of social media comments now available to gain new…See More
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Immigration in the Social Age: Providing Mobile Access to Mobile People

As a Puerto Rican, I'm really interested in trends in mobile and internet usage among Latinos. They are remarkably high, outpacing the US population in several areas. Clearly many of these Latinos were immigrants in the not too distant past, supporting the argument to do more with mobile presented in our next blog installment on Immigration in the Social Age: Providing…See More
Mar 25, 2013
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Immigration in the Age of #Social: Engaging at Home and Abroad

Good Morning GovLoop!!This next in the series of blog posts by Deloitte's Immigration Community of Interest (iCOIN) makes the case for why going social would make immigration and citizen services more effective. A key point is the need for Federal agencies going social to interact with citizens, immigrants, and visitors: not just broadcast to them. My experience on Twitter (@milouness) and other social platforms is that the more you treat them as conversations the more benefit you gain. (And…See More
Mar 13, 2013
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Tim J. Clark commented on Carmen A. Medina's blog post 'Reality in the Land of Unintended Consequences'
"Enjoyed your post and the info on Cynefin. I'm a retired army reservist/intel officer. Military has one of the more comprehensive decision models I've seen. Challenge is often in execution of the model. On the Madden-like quality to…"
Mar 12, 2013
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A blog post by Carmen A. Medina was featured

Reality in the Land of Unintended Consequences

Many thanks to @govloop for featuring us in the GovLoop Daily Awesome. Our next piece in the immigration #social series will appear on Monday. Meanwhile I thought I would repost something I did on my RecoveringFed blog that I think might interest the GovLoop audience. (I bet you can tell I made the graphics myself!) I'm at South by Southwest until Tuesday. If you're interested in my updates, please follow me on Twitter on @milouness.…See More
Mar 11, 2013

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Immigration in the Age of #Social: The Benefits of Managing Social Media Data

Posted on April 9, 2013 at 11:30am 2 Comments

Quantity has a Quality all its own.

This famous and perceptive phrase has been variously attributed to the German philosopher Hagel, Engels, Lenin, and finally Josef Stalin. Despite the largely shady cast of characters associated with it, the phrase captures an important truth: that large volumes often have characteristics far beyond the traits of a single instance.…

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Immigration in the Social Age: Providing Mobile Access to Mobile People

Posted on March 25, 2013 at 2:51pm 0 Comments

As a Puerto Rican, I'm really interested in trends in mobile and internet usage among Latinos. They are remarkably high, outpacing the US population in several areas. Clearly many of these Latinos were immigrants in the not too distant past, supporting the argument to do more with mobile presented in our next blog installment on Immigration…

Continue

Immigration in the Age of #Social: Engaging at Home and Abroad

Posted on March 13, 2013 at 9:36am 0 Comments

Good Morning GovLoop!!

This next in the series of blog posts by Deloitte's Immigration Community of Interest (iCOIN) makes the case for why going social would make immigration and citizen services more effective. A key point is the need for Federal agencies going social to interact with citizens, immigrants, and visitors: not just broadcast to them. My experience on Twitter (@milouness) and other social platforms is that the more you treat them as…

Continue

Reality in the Land of Unintended Consequences

Posted on March 8, 2013 at 10:19am 2 Comments

Many thanks to @govloop for featuring us in the GovLoop Daily Awesome. Our next piece in the immigration #social series will appear on Monday. Meanwhile I thought I would repost something I did on my RecoveringFed blog that I think might interest the GovLoop audience. (I bet you can tell I made the graphics myself!) I'm at South by Southwest until Tuesday. If you're interested in my updates, please follow me on Twitter on @milouness.…

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