We do it in real life. Why don’t we do it more online?
It happens even to the best of us, but that honestly doesn’t make me feel any better about it.
What makes for a popular post? If the stats are anything to go by, I have little idea.
We’d really, really like to bring our WhatsApp newsletter back. But not at any cost.
Does Tim Martin have a point in closing down Wetherspoon’s social media channels?
And why are we so willing to turn a blind eye to what happens with it?
Those Twitter designations aren’t as useful as you’d think.
Memories of two glorious years as a sports ‘reporter’.
I’ve not posted an update since 1 January. Who’s noticed?
I’d installed WhatsApp because CIPR Y&L have started using it for promotions and news. But I forgot that it scans your contacts to see who else is using it. Yesterday I opened the app to find a week-old message from someone.
Moral: always uninstall apps you have no intention of using.
Yes! It’s another ‘technology fail’ story…
Well… apparently I am. I don’t remember doing this at all.
I gave up Facebook for Lent. What did I learn?
Where is Facebook heading? And will we ever get there with all the app requests?
The world’s getting smaller, that’s for sure.
I still don’t know what the fuss is about. Facebook, I mean.
Okay, I’ll give it a go. Everyone else seems to be joining!
I’m doing a course, and the discussion turned to online communications and blogs and suchlike. Me being me, I mentioned that I’d set up a few of these things in the past… then had to admit that no, actually, I don’t have a blog of my own.
Well, now I do. There’s one born every second, apparently; who am I to swim against the crowd?