Twitter is not a platform for great rhetoric. It’s not the place for life-altering pronouncements. It’s not some kind of holy book, being written 140 characters at a time. Twitter’s a place where groups of friends and acquaintances chat.
I’ve been a little preoccupied recently because of a one-day conference I’m presenting at in Hamilton next week. Engage your Community: Using Blogs, YouTube and other Cool Tools to achieve your group’s goals is for community groups, to help them connect with volunteers, staff, and other stakeholders . In the last couple of years I’ve […]
When you send newsletters to your whole address book you may be contributing to the spam problem. Are you sure you’re not an accidental spammer? What is spam? Spam is unwanted bulk email, unsolicited electronic messages. It has become an enormous problem on the Internet. It’s clogging email channels, annoying email users and administrators, and […]
Let’s face it, developing a website is normally done over months behind closed doors, and most people would probably rank its entertainment value right next to “watching paint dry”. But some impassioned volunteers, Flickr, YouTube, blogs, RSS feeds and especially Twitter turned that around recently. In August 2007 something special happened for two community groups: […]