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UK General Election: Leaders Debate Round 2 #ge2010

So how will people feel after tonights Live debate on TV? It will cer­tainly answer some ques­tions like was the huge swing over to Lib­Dem after see­ing Nick Clegg win the first one merely a blip? But one thing’s for sure David Cameron and Gor­don Brown will be ‘bet­ter pre­pared’ than the last one. This is

UK General Election: Have you decided? #GE2010

I read on Sky News yes­ter­day that there is a slight dif­fer­ence of opin­ion on ‘which party’ is cur­rently out in front? There were three poll res­ults pub­lished: Com­Res, YouGov and Pop­u­lus who con­duc­ted tele­phone inter­views over two days between the 18th & 20th of April Com­Res — inter­viewed 1012 adults on April 18th & 19th

Bubba the bad ass doorman

In busi­ness, how you com­mu­nic­ate online (through social net­works) will determ­ine how suc­cess­ful you are. Busi­nesses need to think of com­mu­nic­at­ing online more as a private party: if you have an invite, then you’re in, but if you’re try­ing to gate­crash then every­one will turn into ‘Buba’ the bad ass door­man…! – and they’re all

Social Media Fear and the SMASBO

I asked this ques­tion last week at Be2Camp, “Are you afraid of social media?” After a few looks around the room people star­ted to put their hands up — not all, but enough for the ques­tion to stick in my mind as some­thing to dis­cuss here. It’s not the first time I’ve asked this ques­tion. Gen­er­ally

I tweet therefore I am

You and I have opin­ions. We have favour­ite foods (mine’s Thai by the way), books , films and per­son­al­it­ies. We like to play sports — when we can. We love the Sci-Fi chan­nel but don’t under­stand why East­enders is so pop­u­lar (sub­ject­ive opin­ion so might see a mass exodus of twit­ter fol­low­ers ) We like