I was speaking yesterday at a conference in Brussels called #140conf, about EUROCONTROL’s social media response to the volcanic ashcloud crisis (presentation here). I had great fun yesterday and learned a lot, maybe because I had great fun doing so :-). Continue reading “The ‘real’ factor: when real-time meets real life”
- Kids – oh, I have kids?
- Sex – yes, I do remember something about that in biology class 15 years ago…
- Social life – well, I do have tons of friends (on Facebook), fans (on Twitter) and colleagues (on Linkedin), ok that doesn’t count then 🙁
- Books – isn’t that what computers used to be called before?
- and the list goes on…
“Who wants to be a Prime Minister?”
I was almost going to call this post “Who wants to be a Prime Minister” but refrained at the last minute (lucky you!). A colleague today told me that during the TV debates, the three British candidates in the run-up to 6 May 2010 were being evaluated by the audience in the studio with remote voting systems, and that the results were being displayed on TV screens. Continue reading “2010 UK Elections, TV and Twitter: how it doesn’t always fit together”