As someone who has written countless social media strategies, social business strategies and content strategies, I have to confess I’ve come to the conclusion they don’t really exist. I also take my fair share of responsibility for propagating the myth – a distinct case of the Emperor’s New Clothes – by purporting they do. I didn’t set out to capitalise on the insecurities of those dreadful, shamefaced folk who supposedly ‘don’t get it’, but the fact I’ve used these terms for so long means I’m not completely innocent. In my... Read The Rest →
Loads of illuminating analogies have emerged in conversations with Andrew Missingham, but today there’s one in particular that popped up… You may remember when the soap Brookside launched on Channel 4. The storylines were based around folk living in a close of houses. They had some trouble at the outset however, in that script writers realised they hadn’t created enough ‘stock devices’ – places where people could meet that would fuel the dramatic unfolding of events. Their answer was to put a postbox on the street, so residents would accidentally... Read The Rest →
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I’ve been meaning to blog for ages about Google Wave since watching this preview a few weeks back: It’s one of the most exciting breakthroughs in collaborative comms so far.