Posted on June 9, 2010 by Andrew Brightwell in Social Media Surgery, Third Sector
On our way to the June Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery, I worked out that it’s been six months since our first event in the Studio – the first that I was sort-of involved in. In all that time I don’t think we’ve had a better turnout – for the type of people that have […]
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Posted on May 12, 2010 by Andrew Brightwell in Local Government
While I’ve watched the election drama unfold over the last few days I’ve been busy trying to finish off the first stage of my digital scrutiny project – which is looking into how it might be possible to use the web to help the public scrutinise local government. My idea has turned into a blog […]
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Posted on May 12, 2010 by Andrew Brightwell in Citizen Journalism, Social Media Surgery, Third Sector
After some very busy surgeries recently, May’s was small, but perfectly formed. Emma Neil and Hannah Severn from The Birmingham Conservation Trust got help from Gavin Wray and Nick Booth with their blogging work for the trust. Both Emma and Hannah are volunteering for the Trust and have been doing some really interesting stuff since […]
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Posted on February 25, 2010 by Andrew Brightwell in Social Media Surgery, Third Sector
So what if you’ve never been to a social media surgery? You might have a few questions, right? We thought it might be good to answer a few. So what is a social media surgery? Social Media Surgeries are just a fun, informal way for people to meet and learn how to use social media […]
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