I got a tweet the other day telling me that I was celebrating my 5th birthday on Twitter and then I got a rather sweet email from Twitter with this picture below. I’ll be honest, I’ve been on twitter in a number of guises for well over five years and my confession to you is […]
As part of my work with Save the Children I attended their campaign launch last night for #givegirlspower, another powerful force joining the global family planning campaign, which is spearheaded by Gates Foundation #nocontroversy campaign. There was an eclectic group of influential women; journalists, online journalists, writers, bloggers and vloggers at the event and as […]
I am at the Design Council this morning for the great debate about parents, children, marketing and social media. And of course us ‘mummy bloggers’ are at the heart of this discussion. On the panel: Jules Kendrick, Mumsnet Jane Rumble, Ofcom Julie Adair, exBBC and Disney Maurice Wheeler, Coco Here’s some more about what is […]
I’m live blogging from the Save the Children conference today which is all about getting people activated in social media to do good and become campaigners. I’m glad to see that #blogladesh is still moving people into action and there is a movement towards doing more across more people. Most of the people here are […]
Here’s some video I captured from yesterday’s great launch for the new Save the Children Campaign. I’ll be publishing my interviews with Amanda Mealing and Natasha Kaplinksi who are two of the 2011 ambassadors for their new campaign.
Twitter is ubiquitous and it’s reached superstar status as a social networking platform. Britney Spears, Ashton Kutcher, Stephen Fry and Lady Gaga have all amassed great followings on their twitter feeds and in turn they’ve managed to create a mass of press coverage about it too. So what does this mean for us lesser mortals?