Monthly Archives: July 2009

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Oh no he didn’t – David Cameron’s thoughts on twitter

As you all know, we are running a survey into MPs’ and politicos’ use of twitter. Part of the survey asks why are there so few Tory MPs tweeting in.

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Civil Servants to come out of the digital shadows

The Government has published its Template Twitter Strategy for Government Departments (even more impressively, it is available for download on a Scribd page), suggesting to civil servants to begin tweeting.

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Is there a glass ceiling for the “middle/lower classes”?

The class system in the UK interests me. It’s the whole football vs. rugby, union vs. league, blue or white collar, north/south divide that makes this country so rich in.

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Where are all the Conservative Tweeters? Survey Update

There has been a fantastic response to our survey  Why there are less Conservative tweeters than Labour and Lib Dems? With MPs, Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, political activists, PR professionals and.

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Norwich North by-election – what does it mean?

Today is a big test for the government. Even though everyone from local authorities to MPs to civil servants essentially went on holidays this week, the Norwich North by-election is.

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Top 10 reasons why NGOs should embrace social media

Traditionally the third sector has been accused of being slow to embrace social media. This could be due to lack of resources or lack of knowledge, but whatever the reason.

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Protest songs CAN make a difference

When I hear the words ‘protest song’ I immediately think of some gnarly old hippy wheezing into a harmonica spouting wordy and ideological rubbish. And musically at least, this song.

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Q: when is your brand not your brand?

A: When it dons a fake moustache and dark glasses and poses as an independent or boutique outlet. So the backlash against the large corporate sterile environment moves up a.

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Event: Mobile Monday London – mobile entertainment

Following on from my attendance at Mobile Monday last night here are the notes that I made from the presentation by GetJar’s Patrick Mork and the subsequent panel discussion. I.

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Why I like to Moo

In the Ruder Finn UK Corporate and Technology division we love Moo cards and we’ve been blogging about the images we use on the back of ours. Next in line.

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