Privacy is dead, apparently

Unfortunately I think it’s already a little  too late for me to add to my 2010 predictions, and I’m kicking myself that I didn’t highlight that privacy is going to be a major focus in 2010.While many  people will point to Twitter as proof that oversharing and for privacy is now rife, it’s FaceBook that Read More …

Social Media Prediction for 2010

Since my last post assessing how my hopes for social media in 2009 panned out in which I promised a second post on my wishes for this year I’ve been procrastinating like a good ‘un. This is mainly because I thought I’d actually do predictions instead but there have been so many other excellent posts Read More …

Twibbons equals twokenism

For the first time ever my Twitter Avatar is decorated by a twibbon, this particular one is in support of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Although only another 9,000 fellow twitter’s are doing the exactly same as I type, there are over 500,000 twibboned profiles of some sort, either in support of their favourite Read More …

Bada Bing

Typical, you wait ages for the next big thing to come along and then three appear all at once.  Well not quite all at once but in the past two or so weeks we’ve had three significant announcements in the tech/online/social media world, Wolfram Alpha, Microsoft’s Bing and Google’s Wave, all of which are proclaimed Read More …

Anonymous Love Messages, Habermas, Faustian PR Deals and Rupert Murdoch – it can only be SocialMediaCamp London

It seems like only five minutes since I was at SocialMediaCamp London 08 but apparently it was over six months that I toddled off to Wallspace St Pancreas, which was what I did again this morning for SMCLondon09. For a change I was on time and caught @Vero‘s welcome before wandering upstairs for my first Read More …

Human nature and social media

It’s been a rather Twitter-tastic couple of weeks here at PN towers. First there was all the brouhaha over the PR Week Twitter article for which we’d done the number crunching. It  made for a rather exciting Thursday as well as providing a nice opportunity to practise some online crisis skills, not that we actually Read More …