Tweets for Today

  • 18:35 finished a piece for BBC Stoke, a Post blog post, and some other stuff. Feel like I’ve _done _ something for the first time in ages. #
  • 23:04 doesn’t the town hall look lovely under TV lights? #
  • 23:37 @peteashton yup – thought it was a clever reference to anonymous initially #
  • 23:49 Just found this on the interwebs: #
  • 08:25 ‘sceintific’ survey (of 49 people) says brummies appear unintelligent Talk Like a Brummie Day 2008 is on then #
  • 08:49 @RussL I’m in #
  • 08:49 @RussL Can we also refer to it as "the other side" as theyused to on BBC? #
  • 09:40 @kevin_rapley the uni thing may happen, but that’s not reall mainstream imho #
  • 09:53 @bluemilkshake bloggin what mate? #
  • 10:01 @sixball @kevin_rapley ‘mainstream’ users are more interested in tighter /closed social groupings? Just a ill thought out theory of the morn #
  • 10:04 Twittering a review of Here Comes Everybody (on and off) today #
  • 10:10 The sidekick story is about the "digital devide" in a way. Is social media a class thing? #
  • 10:21 No management, but "thought leaders", less organisation, more influence? SIngle issue action – already fairly established in politics? #
  • 10:23 I _like_ hardbacks, well i like dust jackets anyway – perfect bookmarks #
  • 11:10 @paulbradshaw org chart story is too good to leave out, although surely armies and the papacy worked like that before? Fuedal system even #
  • 11:57 @hellocatfood when you’ve taken them? pretty please #
  • 12:01 @adbar read that a while ago – platform differences a little like the old high/lowbrow newspaper disinction. something i find facinating #
  • 12:05 #herecomeseverybody the stuff about ‘private’ public utternces is well explained chapter4 #
  • 12:12 in public but not for the public – requires ethics on the part of the reader (re-reporter), as well as undersatnding #
  • 12:19 "Fame, fame, fatal fame" #
  • 12:23 "our social tools are not an improvement to modern society, but a challenge to it" #
  • 12:28 wikis "tend towards agreement" how useful when the facts are not clear? – the interested have to then digest the arguement #
  • 12:31 @paulbradshaw am about to go into a meeting – you’ll be ahead when i come out #
  • 14:15 back on the #herecomeseverybody case – so far not many _new_ ideras but very well explained – and enthusing #
  • 14:45 You can ignore geoplitical boundaries as barries to organisation – if you want #
  • 15:17 "barey motivated people can be effective" #
  • 15:35 "witches are more evenly distributed around the US than geeks or bloggers" – there’s a point there, but I’m not sure what it is #
  • 15:54 "things than none of your friends or friends of friends care about are unlikely to get to you" so ‘news will find me’ but choose your mates #
  • 16:11 #herecomeseverbody end of chap9 – people who bridge social groupings tend to have better ideas #
  • 16:22 "Failure is free, high quality research" #

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  1. […] And finally, it provided the opportunity for group-reviewing via aggregation and tools like hashtags and tweetscan. Jon Bounds joined me as a reviewer, and wrote about it here. His tweets of the day can be read here. […]

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