After a brief conversation about online privacy at work on Friday, I’d been meaning to look into the various privacy settings available to Facebook users.
I’m a bit of a Twitter fan. Even I didn’t think I’d ever look at twitter for a weather report though.
The rise of social media and its use in both our social and professional lives has caused some organisations a headache over the past few years. Many have found it difficult to know how to react to this new form of media. Should they allow its use at work? Should they block it? What if someone talks about the company or it work online? To be fair, they’re not always easy questions to answer.
Thanks to Guy Kawasaki I just signed up to Posterous. It’s a pretty good idea, the site allows you to email in text, documents, music, images or video which it then posts up onto a blog. What’s more it can then cross post the new blog onto twitter, flickr, wordpress etc. It seems to work […]
Yesterday a friend pointed me at blippr.com, a new (I assume!) site that seems to merge twitter like short comments with reviews of books, music, movies and games. As a format it works really well, you just search for whatever movie you want to see reviews for and browse through the results. Overall ratings are […]