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As the first presidential debate of the US election season kicks off this evening, the breakdown of the two electoral coalitions is becoming clear.
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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.
Speaking on the topic of freedom vs equality at The Telegraph National Debate, Khurshid said, I have never known of equality being regulated but I have known of every freedom (being regulated).
eGovernment thoughts and speculations from an Australian perspective
Visual Social Media Marketing: learn how to share more visual content and create a visual conversation with your audience.
A new study estimates as many as 4,200 human censors could be watching Weibo, China's Twitter equivalent
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
A Road To Success Using Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] (A Road To Success Using Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]: Did you know that 95 percent of businesses throughout the ...
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...
Over peanuts and gin, two of the Obama 2012 campaign's top gurus shared the inside scoop on messaging for a successful presidential campaign at M+R's first Speakeasy.
This week on Voice of the Youth we discuss the role of social media amongst young people in Palestine. Is it a new form of resistance or does it stop people from taking action?
The Canadian ambassador’s post on Chinese social media about his modest Toyota Camry triggered local debate about Chinese bureaucrats’ privileges and government spending.
The second day of the “Social Movements, Media and Politics” conference at the Izmir Economy University brought discussions about environmental and labour rights protesters and the new media.
Social media is fast reshaping upcoming May elections in the Philippines, with civil society making great use of it through a hugely successful campaign against publicity-hungry or credit-grabbing politicians.