This is part one of a three part series on creating an online presence to enhance the conference experience. In the first post, I outline needs for information and to connect conference goers which these …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: twitter
Last week I attended my first ever Scrum Gathering in Orlando. A big part of my voluntary duties was to enhance the experience through use of social media.
Just for fun, I tabulated some …Read More →
I’ll be helping with live blogging the Innovation Centre’s 10 year anniversary. All the action is taking place at the Grand Theatre, 1 pm, Tuesday December 8. Can’t make it? Come back here to see …Read More →
All this week, Giesbrechts (my wife’s side of the family) will gather here in Sault Ste. Marie for another family reunion. This one is unique as it is the first time the clan is heading …Read More →
Michael Purvis (@MichaelPurvisOK), report with the Sault Star wrote a piece on the growing local use of Twitter. I was the lucky one to get my photo snapped. He shares the stories of:
an …Read More →
Twitter is an amazing networking tool, but for many people, it’s hard to “get” Twitter at the start. My experience is people …Read More →
I should create one of these for my site, once it relaunches
Last night I had the privilege of presenting a session on social media, the final installment in the Economic Development Corporation’s 3 part series on online marketing strategies. The audience was small but engaged, making …Read More →
Update: course date is April 21. Only first 20 registrants accepted.
“Facebook is for people you used to know. Twitter is for people you want to know.” – Tim O’ReillyRead More →
“Twitter is the water cooler for …
I like Twitter. A lot. Twitter has helped me connect with a diverse group of people, particularly in the Agile …Read More →