Tips on social media guidelines for staff. This article references the Australian Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet secret guidelines requiring staff to report on fellow workers who post anonymously an opinion on a political situation. There is also a rather unclear statement around when you can and cannot critique Government officials. I have not gone into the repercussions – staff will blow up online and no one will know as there were no warning signs, or that contractor organisations and eventually small business will follow these draconian practices. That’s a given. I’ve stuck with Tips 🙂
Social Media: CEOs of Twitter and Facebook regularly meet with political leaders worldwide – Prime Ministers’ of Japan, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, and so on. But not Australia. Why not?
From Sunday Star Times on Stuff.co.nz – and I’m gonna say up front: there is no point being a prophet if you do not use every means available to be heard, and understood. Wayne Lachore… … emerged from the Coromandel to warn the world of a looming catastrophic collapse of western economies, and the US […]
Want a list of Australian CEOs that are on Twitter? Scroll to the bottom. Business Week have a piece on each CEO that uses the so-called ‘microblogging’ service Twitter. I don’t like the term micro-blogging when applied to Twitter as it’s less of a one-to-many asynch depth of content site like a video blog or […]
Yooohooo, anyone in Queensland September 8th to 10th? Around Conrad Jupiters? I’m speaking at PANPA then, plus running a 1/2 day workshop for a client. Here’s the details of the conference: PANPA08 Winning the Next Publishing Battle In Print and Digital Day One seems to be workshops – there’s one on Editorial Innovation – Building […]
EDIT: thanks to ServantOfChaos for pointing me to TrukStop I was thinking about how we’ve always added our two cents worth to content we like. When I was growing up, Doc Neeson and The Angels had this song:Pristine version, from telly, but expletives are added in YouTube comments *laughs* After Doc Neeson (?) sang the […]
Maybe bloggers have too much to say? HeraldSun.com.au has made a big deal about the ad hoc invitations that traditional media are receiving directly from Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s lips: Kevin Rudd locks more media outlets in behind his summit: The Sunday Age is offering one reader to take a brilliant idea to the Prime […]
EDIT: See the Internet’s votes for the 1000 strategists here on Bloggerati.com.au and add your own vote. Also nominate someone yourself (Submit tab): it probably won’t do anything but at least you feel like you had a say 🙂 Glyn Davis Summit Chairman and Kevin Rudd Prime Minister 2.0 is looking for Australia’s brightest and […]