I am Allister Marshall from Moseley in Bloom just experiencing social media for the first time. Fiona here too from the Moseley Society, planning our spring clean at the dovecote on Easter Sunday morning – for a spider’s egg hunt.
These are my links for July 22nd through July 25th:
- Message in-a-Box – Do you want to use multimedia, online or offline tools to advance your cause? Creatively and effectively? To reach the broadest possible audience?
- Helen Milner: Digital Britain sees digital inclusion emerging from the chrysalis – Helen writes: “From my point of view the evidence is clear, and it’s the link between social and digital inclusion which remains most concerning and most urgent. Those already at a disadvantage are up to seven times more likely to be digitally excluded.”
- Jackie Hai | Convergence Commons – “There’s a simple reason why no iTunes for the news exists yet: it’s because the journalism industry has thus far failed to produce any songs worth buying. For that matter, the journalism industry has produced very few songs at all — the staggering majority of stuff being circulated today is commodity news, contextless updates with no replay value after being consumed once” via @paulbradshaw
- ASH-10 » Echoworking – Pete Ashton on the new Moseley exchange Co-working (Cow Orking) space in Birmingham. My view is that it’s utterly brilliant that one of our neighbourhoods has such a fantastic thing for small businesses and creative types.