This one I like. Grasswire – a community powered verification tool that uses its audience to help corroborate information online. A link to it was shared today by @masondan on Twitter to this story on the 10,000 Words site which asked if… Read More ›
Blog posts by Shaun Milne for Milne Media
This story about People Power Cinemas in the UK is not just a good read, but I’d wager an indicator of how social media and community savvy business can be positive and progressive disruptors in more than mainstream media. It’s a trend… Read More ›
How the #Glasgow2014 #CommonwealthGames ceremony played out on Twitterhttp://t.co/8JMSUABhAw pic.twitter.com/E5cPHNgDOd — Twitter Data (@TwitterData) July 23, 2014
35th Scottish Press Awards: Thursday April 24, 2014, Radisson Blu, Glasgow Images – Jeff Holmes all tonights winners @ScotPressAwards @EventConsScot pic.twitter.com/DnFcrWpeGC — jeff holmes (@jeffholmes24) April 24, 2014 Full list of winners as follows:
Chartbeat has pulled together a list of online trends we need to know. It’s a thought provoking read.
This week’s @Scotpapers social media charts is a mixed bag with the national and regional Press having mixed fortunes across platforms. In terms of followers @TheScotsman recorded the most gains, adding 481 new followers to its Twitter stable. But over… Read More ›
Scotland’s Press is blessed with many social media savvy journalists who set the Twittersphere alight with witty banter, cutting questions and breaking stories. But what about the organisations they work for? How do they stack up not just in terms… Read More ›