Twitter Leads Again: William Hague – The Most Significant Tweet?

  I think this tweet is pretty amazing. William Hague has made quite possibly one of the most significant announcements Twitter has ever seen in the UK. We all know that this signals the final talks that will bring us out of the hung parliament and that will see us finally having a new Prime Minister. … Continue reading

Answers on a postcard please…

Just exactly how do you explain what the internet is to old people? I kinda just point to the sky (probably leading them to believe it’s some kind of deity)?

The Internet Ain’t All That Bad…Good News For A Tuesday :)

It’s like anything isn’t it…the internet makes the headlines when things aren’t going quite so well and can be associated with some terrible things. So here on a sunny (ish) Tuesdsay morning are some tales of how the internet/apps have been used to help people for good: Bev Holzrichter of Iowa found herself seriously injured and helpless … Continue reading

Gordon Brown Resigns – The Twitterverse Speaks

Gordon Brown resigns and here what Twitter has to say about it… @jonswaine: Gordon Brown exacts final revenge on newspaper detractors by dropping most complicated bombshell in political history at 17.05 @unclemoo: gordon brown, depth perception of none, stepping down, its mandelson now. @davecaughey: Gordon Brown to step down as leader of the Labour Party, … Continue reading

Google Chrome v Potato…Gees it’s fast!

I’ll never take a Chrome search for granted again. Pretty impressive huh?

How to get Freeview and BBC Radio on iPhone…Hooray :)

I’ve learnt a few top tips these last few weeks so thought I’d share how to get Freeview and BBC Radio on the iPhone. Freeview In the UK Freeview TV is available on the web from http://www.tvcatchup.com. Simply register an e-mail address and password to gain access to the TV channels. You’ll notice a section for … Continue reading

Dear BBC, Where are my iPhone apps please?

I’m going to contradict myself here as I generally don’t consider myself a huge fan of the BBC, however I am awaiting their official iPhone applications as I do tend to rely heavily on their news and sport reporting. The thing with the BBC is that I know I’m not going to like everything they … Continue reading

The world would be a better place if there were more High 5s :)

How good would it be if a coalition government was agreed, not with a handshake, but a high five? Seriously. I am a big fan of the high 5, not to mention the big 10. They’re ace 🙂  A lad in my office would regularly give high 5s as he strolled by…it’s just a bit of fun but it … Continue reading

Checking In…

When I joined Twitter about 3 years ago I was at a bit of a loss and not really sure what to do. There weren’t many people I knew or celebrities using it and it all seemed a little pointless. I abandoned it for a while. Needless to say I now check it every day … Continue reading

Voting Over – Is Social Media Politics Over Too?

David Dimblebly hasn’t really caught on to the social media thing during this General Election. Watching the TV coverage it’s clear he’s not convinced by Twitter. But I am. I have never been so engaged before in an election or politics in general. I feel more informed and more involved and it’s all been delivered … Continue reading

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