Category Archives: Micro Blogging

Using multiple channels of communication in learning. A rich mix of media in formal and informal spaces.

Yesterday, i presented a webinar on mobile strategy. As i was doing it, people were using the chat forum that’s built in to ask questions. We were also using a private chat channel to ensure we kept on time and … Continue reading

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Speaking with many voices. Is one Twitter account enough?

I’ve been having a dilemma about Twitter. You see, of all the channels, it’s proving surprisingly popular, and i seem to be gathering followers apace. This is all well and good, but i don’t really have a very clear tone … Continue reading

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The real time art of reporting. How micro blogging has changed the way we communicate.

Much has been written about the rise of the citizen journalist, the intrepid micro blogger with camera phone and bicycle, snapping images and Tweeting about breaking news. This was not always the case. In the Second World War, news crews … Continue reading

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