People who Tweet make up Twitter. When an issue trends in a community of interest there is no need for an organisational structure on Twitter (or other social networks) to support the communication. The community will determine if the story is ‘first’ to get its attention by using filters and lists or selecting who the members follow.
I’ve been invited to join what promises to be a lively and considered debate about women, social media and influence.
A friend– a woman– asked me if there was a clear theme that would unite the combination of the subjects; women, social media and influence. I expect interpretation of the theme will trigger some differing opinions.
I have often asked, sometimes during my own presentations, what would life really be like today if we didn’t have smart phones? I’m learning the answer to the rhetorical question the hard way. I can tell you it aint pretty. For a month I’ve had to use an inferior phone. I have suffered the frustration [...]