Category Archives: Social media/networks

Four years of blogging with WordPress

My blog today turns four. It was not an easy decision to run a blog. Like anyone else I feared a bit about the online exposure and about the heavy work of maintaining a digital space. I did not keep … Continue reading

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Twitter Communications: Why institutional digital presence matters

Concise and clear communication Twitter has shaped modern communications. Both experts and scholars do not question the Twitter utility, value and information power. On the contrary, they encourage using the platform as its speed of news spreading and concise communication … Continue reading

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Facebook: From hesitation to a daily habit

I have been a Facebook (FB) user for the past six years. I go to the platform almost every day. I normally check the news feed twice a day: early in the morning and late in the evening. My FB … Continue reading

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Tweeting me and retweeting you

I heard about Twitter immediately after its launch in 2006. I was a little bit reluctant to register with the service and there was a pointless reason that prevented me to do that: the double meaning of the word “tweet” … Continue reading

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An online debate methodology in a nutshell: Part two

Part one of this article The methodology in bullet points The online debate was based on three key players: the participants – teachers and one of their classes, the host and his/her team and the organiser, who also acted as … Continue reading

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An online debate methodology in a nutshell: Part one

Introduction With the current European elections and the need of public figures to share their political projects online, I came across some pros and cons about doing or not doing that. In my view the better the politicians share their … Continue reading

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Making or not making online noise: To lurk or not to lurk

The other day one of my colleagues opened a subject about the 1/9/90 standard distribution. That brought me back some ten years ago, when one of my former bosses kept believing that he might be able to change that. It … Continue reading

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