Twitter Updates for 2012-01-05

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

the WORSE part of advocacy on social media [tools for change?]

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?]

Social Media & Advocacy. Are Malaysians effectively utilising ICT?

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?