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Planning or intuition?

Do we do things because we have carefully planned them? Or do we do things often because they just feel like the right thing to do? It is something that has was raised during the past week as I was … Continue reading

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Social media – why the police do it

It was interesting to read the Composite research about the police use of social media which was looking across Europe for best practice. I was lucky enough to be able to discuss it when a selection of officers from across … Continue reading

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My year in social media

As we are heading towards the end of 2011, itĀ seems to beĀ essential for everyone to undertake some form of review of the year. It is as predictable as the many Christmas songs that we can’t escape from the 30th November … Continue reading

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Forbidden worlds – can we ignore social media?

Following the disorder that hit the streets of the UK in August there has continued to be extensive discussion about the role of social media. Mainly this was a debate about the possibility of closing down social networks during such … Continue reading

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Out of adversity should come opportunity

The current state of both society and the economy can make for a gloomy outlook for communication professionals working in the UK. Every day there are headlines screaming out about financial collapse and the breakdown of society. It is enough … Continue reading

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