Tag Archives: Twitter

Learning reflections week of April 10

Inspired by Harold Jarche and David Kelly, my goal is to post weekly some key experiences and learnings from the past week. Grass roots Social Media to save County Libraries Friday April 8, the Cobb County Board of Commissioners announced … Continue reading

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eLearn: Opinions – Teachers vs. Cell Phones

eLearn: Opinions – Teachers vs. Cell Phones. Face it, teachers will lose the battle with mobile devices. Geoff  Klock makes the reasoned argument that instructors should leverage the technology. One thought is to set up a Twitter feed for the … Continue reading

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Social media growth stunted

From a UK press release, we learn that the business leaders lack of understanding and data security concerns key barriers to use of social media within UK businesses. HR, on the other hand, demonstrates high usage and support for social … Continue reading

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Missing in action

It has been a month since my last post. Took a break with some personal and professional association projects; a paying project; spooling up as an adjunct faculty; thinking about my “brand” and reading. I have found some wonderful Twitter … Continue reading

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Sex and the cellphone

Fascinating above the fold story in Sunday NYT Styles section When the Cellphone Teaches Sex Education. The Birds and Bees Text line in North Carolina is an attempt to lessen the teen pregnancy rate. NC has an abstinence-only curriculum. Teenagers … Continue reading

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Twitter and Swine Flu

Use @CDCemergency to follow the Swine Flu outbreak. Check out those that are following. The full CDC emergency and preparedness site is here. The tweets are clear and reassuring. My first introduction to Twitter was back during the Fall gas … Continue reading

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