Democratized media means political conventions can attract a lot of online chatter, much of which reflects public opinion rather than party messages.
The 21 tools in my technology toolkit, listed in alphabetic order. These are the tools I use at least once a week, and in many cases, everyday.
The Senate scandal continues its growth as the most dominant topic within online Canadian political chatter.
Despite the PM’s efforts to raise the profile of CETA, #cdnpoli chatter about the trade agreement is handily trumped by the Senate expense scandal.
Yesterday I reported that online chatter surrounding the Senate expenses and residency scandal had reached a new peak on Tuesday. That was true, then.
The last time the Senate scandal saw this much online activity was May 16. And, early indications are online activity will be high again, today.
Twitter prediction theory in the Alberta elections: Nenshi by a country mile in Calgary and Iveson breaks away to increase his lead in Edmonton.
IdleNoMore has reinvented itself. Still, it has a lot of work to do to regain the level of public interest the movement enjoyed last winter.
A Twitter prediction theory suggests Nenshi will run away with Calgary and Diotte is closing the gap on leader Iveson.
Two weeks in to the Calgary and Edmonton mayoral races, my Twitter experiment suggests Naheed Nenshi and Don Iveson are holding their leads despite losing some share of mentions.