It’s law conference season! I’m digital curator for #bileta13, so it merits a separate post. Here are the basics: website - programme (5 page PDF) available from conference proceedings page, together with yay! 44 pages of abstracts (PDF warning) and nine other docs Twitter - @bileta | #bileta13 (not on site) – see the searchable archive | network and statistics pre-conference buzz – [...]
The snow may still be falling on both sides of the North Sea but Easter is approaching, which means it’s law conference season. Following the Society of Legal Scholars 2012 conference I took a first look at the law teacher Twitter tribe and drew attention to some dirty laundry! In 2012 there was an average of 400 [...]
Update: article in K Forum on public sector use of Twitter as a comms channel #dkpol is the most popular hashtag on Danish Twitter and politics makes up one of the biggest communities there. Several digigov and Twitter related sessions at #smwcph explored the status quo. First up, Mød det offentlige på Twitter was a whistlestop tour [...]
Most of my event reports tend to run away with themselves and hence sit in drafts for ages, but I’ve managed to turn this one round within 24 hours. Two more SMWCPH posts to follow over the weekend, hopefully. Twitter: is it worth the buzz, part of Social Media Week Copenhagen, was held at Bysted on 21 February. Video [...]
The latest figures in the Guardian state that “more than half of those with a Twitter account prefer not to tweet themselves”. I’m not quite there yet, but nearly! After my RSS feed-a-like Twitter reader gave up the ghost I stopped looking at my stream every day. I’ve given the new Tweetdeck a whirl, still [...]
Last December I wrote a post on tracking Twitter chats. What’s happened since?
I’m yet to find a chat which hits my personal Venn diagram, so I tend to lurk and curate, rather than participate. Over on my CPD blog there are posts on #nsmnss chats (highlighted in the latest #nsmnss Storify) and on MyCMgr’s innovative combined Twitter chat and Google+ hangout – see Synchronised tweeting and Community management and startups.
Record of tweets from the SpotOn 12 conference session on Using Social Media at Conferences and Other Events: Backchannel, Amplification, Remote Participation and Legacy. Feel free to contact me if you’d like your tweets removed.
Still plugging away with my #sna and #dataviz MOOCs, resulting in a total of seven posts during the month. My MOOC experience shall be wrapped up in December. One short post only here, on community management and start-ups. In terms of event watching, I had a look at SpotOn London and J Boye 2012 in [...]
Updates: Why every startup founder needs to be a community manager | What matters most Strawberryj.am, a nice little website which let you extract links from a Twitter account or hashtag, has just been spread on its last scone…it’s not the first handy tool I’ve used to vanish, and while there’s often another one just around [...]
Busy! Four new posts on this blog in October – reviews of (Danish) events on news filtering and open data, plus an update on my relationship with video, with links to advice for event organisers. The final post introduces my second MOOC - weekly updates on progress on #dataviz and #sna on my CPD blog, together with a post on quantitative methods [...]