Archive for December, 2008
Predictions abound for digital media in 2009 (even in the government space) and I’m excited to see what the year will bring. It’s also a good time to reflect on personal highlights of the year just ended and hopes for the one ahead. So for my first new year as a blogger I hope you’ll permit me [...]
Mashable has this list of the top ten reputation tracking tools worth paying for. Re-blogged here for those who enjoyed my four methods and 40 tools for doing the same thing for free.
Those of you who read this blog because of my work managing government websites and my related writings about digital media stuff may be in for a bit of a surprise. …I am going to start writing about my pet chickens. I intended to do so sooner, but am only now getting around to it. [...]
Spengler: There’s something very important I forgot to tell you. Venkman: What? Spengler: Don’t cross the streams. Venkman: Why? Spengler: It would be bad. My wife is a writer. A blog that she reads regularly, Scriptuality, has come to an end. It was written by Paul Campbell, a man trying to make it in TV [...]
Look what I found interesting. Maybe you will too. Rebranding Government 2.0 – Mashable seeks a better term, but for me this misses the point: which is that it’s about participation by whatever means, not just social technology A Chronology of Brands that Got Punk’d by Social Media – Because bad case studies are even [...]