Twitter Updates for 2012-01-04 http://t.co/cuNG8WqQ # Twitter Updates for 2012-01-04 http://t.co/bt0vHJEt # RT @DamnItsTrue: Home phones pretty much exist only for telemarketers nowadays. # RT @Georg_Grey: The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense. –Tom Clancy # Why Don’t Smartphones Have A “Guest Mode”? http://t.co/wJ1wljrQ # Kodak Set to Declare Bankruptcy [REPORT] http://t.co/OdI26uRx – โอ้โกดักขอล้มละลาย # Facebook Warning: App Profile … Continue reading Twitter Updates for 2012-01-05
For a long time, the streets and the social-media platforms are where advocacy lives and breathes. Gone were the old-school ways of sharing the passion face-to-face with another worthy ally or opponent, though now I do enjoy seeing (and reading) advocates pitting themselves against politicians, corporate captains and other advocates sitting on the opposite side. Nowadays Twitter is the radical-age of swift messages and propaganda. … Continue reading the WORSE part of advocacy on social media [tools for change?]
Nowadays many Malaysian social advocates and activists utilise the social media. It is very popular, it is part of the growing lifestyle and it is part of communication. I have yet to meet any who does not have an account with Twitter or Facebook, not to mention at least a couple of email accounts stored in their BlackBerry. Advocates depend on social media and their … Continue reading Social Media & Advocacy. Are Malaysians effectively utilising ICT?