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Too much focus is placed on the technical aspects of getting the people in a business online. We'd argue that the tools are a means to an end. People are what it's really about....

The ridiculous proposition from the UK government overnight that access to social media for those participating in social unrest (and, yes, blatant criminality) beggars belief. The problems currently in the UK are, undoubtedly, symptomatic of a wide and deep set of infernally complex circumstances in that...

On 4 April, I attended Social Media in Times of Crisis - a symposium held by the Eidos Institute at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane. The day was designed to address a number of issues covering public and government use of social media tools...

The conflation of social media (things we make and share online) and social networks (a human thing that we can, but don't necessarily do online) is, I believe, one of the reasons organisations struggle with social. Certainly, in my experience, when you sit down with...

Ever since Barack Obama came to the US Presidency on the back of a grassroots campaign, a good proportion of which was activated via a thorough and well-executed social media campaign, various pundits have been breathlessly predicting that, in Australia, the election campaign currently underway...

Bernard Keane has an especially interesting piece in Crikey today entitled Twitter and the prosaic reality of Digital Democracy (registration required). It's an insightful look at the emergence of Australian politicians into the world of social media and just how well (or not) they are doing. Of...