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In an open-plan office in Durham, N.C., that feels part ad agency and part rec room, a 31-year-old EvoApp executive named Pritam Das sits rummaging through all the Twitter posts that have mentioned...
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Social network gaffes plague Japanese politicians
Evidence suggests “municipal man of mystery” PeeTeePeee is Michael Prempeh, who worked for Ford as a junior aide until Friday.
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A BDO survey of social media in local government shows increased interest, but Kate Denham says the challenge is now making a case for its benefits
Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits was released in August 2011 and despite the rapid change occurring on the Social and Mobile Web, 90% of the content still rings true. The...
NDP Leader Adrian Dix decided to mount a righteous crusade against the B.C. Liberals. It was a crucial blunder
In this video, Jon discusses how Twitter helped him to get to the heart of Greece's issues and, as a result, how his opinion of social media as a valuable newsgathering tool changed
Notorious ad mocked Jean Chrétien’s facial mannerisms and caught Kim Campbell flat-footed on the campaign trail
For every Liberal lapel pin on a partisan at the party's leadership forum Sunday, there were thousands more digital booster badges tagged to supporters' social media profiles.
The changes that we are seeing in public attitudes about homosexuality are just the tip of the political iceberg.
As the US supreme court weighs in on the future of same-sex marriage in the United States, campaigns for and against the motion have set the Internet alight.
MPs want civil servants to run wiki-style policy making – but it can be a double-edged sword, says Stephen Jeffares
On Wednesday, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) continued its Social Media Campaign, by calling on Twitter, Inc. to suspend the account of Iranian Su
Turkish police have detained 25 people for "spreading untrue information" on social media and provoking protests, the state-run news agency said.
A massive anti-government protest in Istanbul, prompted after days of unrest were sparked by plans to redevelop one of the last remaining central public parks, appears to have lead to a throttling of social media both in the city and across Turkey.
There does seem to be some indication that turnout played a major role in the missed call by the polls in the B.C.
If the B.C. election induced even a smidgen of humility into practitioners of our craft and made them less reliant on suspect polls, it will have served a useful purpose
Nigel Murphy explains how Manchester leads the way with responsive technology that recognises what type of device visitors are using
Not a single poll gave an inkling the NDP would squander the solid lead they enjoyed
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Clearly there needs to be a place for all these pictures -- and Instagram, the social media application that allows you to take photos of almost anything and then crop and add a filter to the picture, is the new "in" thing.
Sky News Social Media Editor John Bergin, Moore's Cloud Director Kate Carruthers and Gizmodo Australia Editor Luke Hopewell discuss the week in politics and ...
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Guest post by Simon Phillips In many ways, social media allows a business to get the word out about itself easier than ever before. As the format has developed however, audiences have become more f...