Diaspora here we come?

It looks like I’m not the only one preparing to ditch Facebook (yes preparing….read here). The question is do I need a replacement or am I happy without? Where Facebook is failing, others are booming with one name in the pipeline sticking out in particular…Diaspora. So what is so special about Diaspora? Well it’s all … Continue reading

So Long Facebook…Kind Of

To Facebook or not to Facebook, that is the question. For the last few weeks I have been toying with the idea of closing down my Facebook account. I’ve fallen into a routine of checking it every time I log onto a computer or pick up my phone and to find out what…that a random from … Continue reading

Tweetminster General Election 2010 Infographic

A couple of weeks ago I wrote this post about Tweeting and the General Election, where Twitter users were asked to tweet #ukvote and their postcode to show they had voted. Well now we’re all done and sorted, Tweetminster have issued the following infographic to show how we tweeted and what the trending topics were. My … 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

Tweetminster: Tweet To Show You’ve Voted

Unless you’ve been on another planet over the last few weeks, you’ll be aware that Thursday is decision time and we may wake up to a new UK government on Friday morning. This election has gripped me like never before, simply because technology has taken over. In 2005 there were no Twitter campaigns or election … Continue reading

What’s For Lunch?

It’s a working day, 11am, and my rumbling tummy tells me lunchtime is approaching. The plethora of options in the city means I’m spoilt for choice of cafes and food stores and I can spend ages wandering around each to look what’s on offer for the day. But why waste time when my phone can … Continue reading

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