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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Tucson, Lessons Need To Stick…

One of my new blog readers asked me to comment on the social media interactions related to the recent Tucson shooting tragedy.  It seemed that within minutes after the obviously deranged gunman was taken down, tweets started flowing.  My observations; ...

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OK, We Get It. Now What?

Craig Fugate, FEMA Administrator has become a Tweetin’ fool.  He has gone social media bonkers and found real-time  information religion.  Hallelujah!  One of the top dogs in DHS gets it, and more importantly is talking (and texting) about it.  Good ...

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SM and political glidepath

I recently participated in a conference call hosted by DHS.  The other participants were heavy hitters in the EM and social media world. The purpose was to identify and discuss ways to convince DHS and other interested parties of the ...

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Attention! ICweeters Needed

The explosion of social media and the demand for instant news continually amazes me.  The shift in power in controlling and sharing information from the media/government to “the people” has been swift and in many cases disruptive.   The landscape of ...

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Here We Go…

The term above is something I tend to say to myself when I roll into someone’s bad situation.  I use it here because this is my first foray into the blog world, and may be creating my own bad situation!  ...

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