Since I’d recently started using Twitter, I was able to write some, and a few other folks we knew added info about other services. I then made some changes in December.
However, since I don’t look at the page regularly, it’s inevitably gone stale.
At the same time, I signed on to help organize Government 2.0 Camp. At this morning’s planning meeting, I committed to producing a few webinars to help attendees learn some basic social media tools before the camp itself. One thing I know I need to cover is Twitter.
Also meanwhile, my colleagues on the Social Media Subcouncil have been working hard to produce a public wiki to start pulling together case studies, canned presentations, intro pieces, etc. So they taught me about pbwiki.com as one place to create free wikis.
Putting all that together, I’ve decided to use pbwiki to help me keep the microblogging piece updated, create an outline for the Twitter webinar, and teach me the value of a wiki.
As of right now, my effort is independent of the Social Media Subcouncil wiki, but it’ll probably be absorbed. I’m not doing it quite yet because we’re not quite ready to go public with the Subcouncil’s wiki, but I’m eager to start learning. And it’s Sunday, so it’s not fair to expect them to respond.
But by the end of the week, it may all be put together.
Meanwhile, I’d really appreciate your help with: