Why I won’t be making the move to Google+ just yet

So at the end of June, I got my first invite to Google +. Actually I got three simultaneously.  I had heard about the new offering a little earlier and understood it was Google’s approach to world domination via social […]

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#Whitsundaywedding – the happy ending

Awww. Who doesn’t love a happy ending? For those who stumble on this post, you may wish to read the earlier one. For those who have been waiting for the sequel – here it is in Renae’s own words… Hi […]

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#Whitsundaywedding – a twitterific tale…

Greetings all, This is a personal tale, but one that has some lessons for consumers and those in organisations still wondering if they should engage in social media. Friday morning, my day started with a distressed email from my good […]

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Knowledge Womblin’

One of my earliest memories is sitting infront of the ABC watching the Wombles of Wimbledon. For those who need a memory jog try: “Underground, Overground, Wombling Free, The Wombles of Wimbledon Common are we. Making good use of the […]

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Does size really matter?

It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog (Mark Twain)  The Communications Revolution Workshop “The Corporation, Social Media and Change” is coming up later this month. Parky […]

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#IABC10 – highlights, observations and grumbles

Hello all – this is a bit of a long one. But I think that should be taken as an indicator of the value of the IABC Global Conference in Toronto 6-9 June. Overall, a great experience and I’m looking […]

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A Communications Revolution!

  Want to join us? A call to arms comrades… At the end of last year Jeanne C Meister and Karie Willyerd of the Harvard Business Review online wrote of the Uberconnected Organization and noted the impact that web2.0 tools are […]

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