Tag Archives: social media

Twitter – ‘I have the conch’… ‘no I have the conch’.

Has Twitter become Lord the Flies (that’s flies – not fries)? That’s the question that came to my mind during the week watching for some reason, a certain cricketer sledge an opposing team. At least this time he wasn’t having to be beeped out. Having been on Twitter for a few years now, I think

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Reviewed – High Wire Act: Ted Rogers, by Caroline Van Hasselt

Where to start in reviewing this 520-page tome? WHAT a book. This book is not just a biography on Canadian media / technology owner and magnate, Ted Rogers, although that’s what I bought it for. It is much, much more than a biography, providing detailed insights into the personality and drive of Rogers, whose name

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Seagulls can’t eat chips if you don’t take the chip out of the bag!

This post is prompted by a discussion last night on Channel 10?s Before the Game and the conversation around a footballer’s recent tweet. My friend Trevor Young (@trevoryoung) and I were having a natter on Twitter about what had happened and that the media, days later, were still talking about it. The issue and content

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Do CEOs often miss the point of social media? – it’s so much more than a ‘Gen Y’ thing

Is it me or do people in management roles often miss the point of social media? Let me explain after that extremely broad generalisation. In the past few months as I’ve made my way through various meetings, one of the things that’s struck me is that people are either aware of social media and embrace

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