Profiling “engaged Canadians” and modeling their role in identifying, amplifying and shaping news and narratives which impact public opinion.
Facebook did not invent bullying. It’s a behavioural problem. Here are six important considerations about Facebook, children and bullying.
Twitter mentions of McNeil are closing in on Dexter. Still, the NDP and its leader leads #NSvotes according to the Twitter-election-prediction theory.
If a theory by researchers at Indiana University is right, Twitter is predicting an NDP victory in Nova Scotia. #NSvotes
The reality in the digital age is leaders and organizations are often judged by how they respond online during a crisis.
The theory, according to researchers at Indiana University, is Twitter can actually be used to predict election outcomes. Really. #NSvotes
Trying to sneak something under the radar was once an effective strategy. Now it’s a red carpet invitation for reputation damage while you sleep.
A new study identifies a correlation (not causation) of tweet count to election victories. Analysis of the recent BC election validates the findings.
A spectacle playing out on MP Paul Dewar’s Facebook Fan Page is challenging the notion of volunteerism, particularly on matters of democratic engagement.
Tod Maffin’s SWARM methodology is incredibly hard for many organizations, companies and institutions to embrace. It requires ambandoning conventional thought.