Tweet count is a shot across the bow for traditional pollsters
By August 11, 2013 18 Comments Read More →

Tweet count is a shot across the bow for traditional pollsters

A new study identifies a correlation (not causation) of tweet count to election victories. Analysis of the recent BC election validates the findings.

The miscalculated Fair for Canada campaign
By August 8, 2013 4 Comments Read More →

The miscalculated Fair for Canada campaign

Canada’s big three Telcos (Bell, Rogers and Telus) had the benefit of time to prepare their Fair for Canada Campaign. And, they squandered it.

Snowbirds fly-by and memories of Canada Day
By July 2, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Snowbirds fly-by and memories of Canada Day

I’ll walk to work in a few minutes. And like many “July the seconds” of the past, I’ll marvel at the absence of any trace of Canada Day celebrations from the day before.

Posted in: Rambles
Happy Friday from Full Duplex
By June 28, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Happy Friday from Full Duplex

I have the significant privilege of leading a talented, creative and capable team of researchers/analysts at Full Duplex.

Posted in: Rambles
The credibility challenge for online petitions
By June 27, 2013 8 Comments Read More →

The credibility challenge for online petitions

Is slacktivism and the drive for large numbers of visible supporters diminishing the credibility of online petitions?

Social-nuclear dynamics: a top ten list for community leaders
By June 23, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Social-nuclear dynamics: a top ten list for community leaders

A keynote I delivered with Bob Goyetche at Northern Voice forced us to understand how our collaboration created community and opportunity.

New report looks at Idle No More’s first six months
By June 11, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

New report looks at Idle No More’s first six months

A new report provides an expanded analysis of online activities associated with the Idle No More movement including levels of engagement, sentiment, themes and the cycle of public opinion.

Putting the ghost in the machine
By June 10, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Putting the ghost in the machine

All of your communication should deepen your relationships. To be effective, practitioners need to put the ghost in the machine.

The SWARM Methodology by @TodMaffin
By June 4, 2013 2 Comments Read More →

The SWARM Methodology by @TodMaffin

Tod Maffin’s SWARM methodology is incredibly hard for many organizations, companies and institutions to embrace. It requires ambandoning conventional thought.

How are Canadian opinions shaped online
By June 3, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

How are Canadian opinions shaped online

Full Duplex has launched a survey to gain insight into how Canadian opinions are shaped through online information and interactions. We’re hoping you will complete the survey and help encourage others to do the same.