Dan Chenok recently emailed me and John Bordeaux a New York Times story and asked us for our opinions. The articles was "From a Facebook Founder Comes a Way to Streamline Work Flow," and the quote that moved Dan to ask for our input was…Continue
Where we're going and how we'll get there. Two big events this week dominated my twitter feed and imagination: the release of the administration's memorandum "…Continue
Added by Gadi Ben-Yehuda on May 25, 2012 at 8:58am — No Comments
The business world was all atwitter about Facebook, but my round-up is about Twitter this week.
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Currently, the federal government operates over 1,000 Twitter feeds. Federal civilian agencies maintain over 360 Twitter feeds, while the Department of Defense hosts more than 650. In addition to its official English feed, the State Department produces Twitter feeds in Turkish, Farsi, Arabic, …Continue
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Last week, the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OMB/OFPP) issued the second memorandum designed to debunk misperceptions…Continue
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It is unseemly to spend even a short blog post arguing with one person over one point, but this is, in my estimation, a critical point for Gov 2.0 coming from a critical player in our community.
Let me say that I've known Mark for more than four years--we met at a Social Media Club DC event when they were still small(ish) affairs. If my memory serves, we were at the Ogilvy HQ downtown, Mark was…Continue
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Earlier today, I had an exchange with Steve Radick and Christopher Whitaker about the nature and value of Klout scores (embedded below).
I've spoken before about what Klout scores mean, how to use them, and when to ignore them, but I wanted both to share my current thinking, and hear your thoughts in a medium that doesn't constrain us to 140 characters.