Posts Tagged: social networking

Special Report of Social Networking from the Economist

Hello all, Just wanted to share some information (FT Doug Cornelius). The January 30th edition of The Economist contains a special report on social networking. The report is available on-line for download at The following are links to the inidividual stories: A world of connections Online social networks are changing the way people communicate,Read… Read more »

How to write a good tweet

Image via Wikipedia My guru Jakob Nielsen has published on research Nielsen Norman Group has just completed on Tweet usability. To my knowledge, no one else has done this sort of research although many of the recommendations have been picked up elsewhere and some are plain common sense (not that that often stops people ignoringRead… Read more »

Sweet GovTweets 06.21.2009

Image via Wikipedia Happy Fathers Day! Fairly light day, today. In one post, Steve Ressler sends a note from Tokyo: Many random t-shirts say Franklin and Marshall College and Ohio University; that’s random. What, no Ole Miss t-shirts??? Cordially, Caroline @WiiPigSooie Blog WiiPigSooie bashley: If #gov20 intends to empower its public, who precludes the arbitraryRead… Read more »

Social Networking: Can it really get you a job?

It seems that everyone is participating in some form of social networking these days. Whether it’s Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, or some other form of online networking if you’re not using it, you’re quickly becoming part of the minority. Social networking is great for a lot of things. Connecting with family and friends, sharing pictures,Read… Read more »

Social Network…May Appear in Government?

Note: This post is of my own personal opinion and is not endorsed or supported by any local, state, or federal government agency. This article on Ars Technica caught my eye. The beginning of the article states: “Now, in light of tightening budgets, a VP analyst at Gartner says it’s time for government departments toRead… Read more »