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Today is Safer Internet Day 2013, which aims to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people. Continue reading
Monday 21 January saw the return of Edinburgh’s Social Media Surgeries. A few of us had been talking about bringing them back for some time, and I’m delighted to say that it was a huge success. Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that Edinburgh’s Social Media Surgeries are making a comeback on Monday 21 January, from 17:30 at McDonald Road Library. Continue reading
We’re relaunching Edinburgh Social Media Surgeries and are having a gathering of potential surgeons to come along and see what’s involved, on Monday 10 Dec. Continue reading
The next #TeaCampScotland is taking place this Thursday in Edinburgh, from 4pm.
Teacamps are informal gatherings for digital people who work in and around government, and also outside of government, to chat over a cup of tea. Continue reading
Last weekend saw #islandgovcamp in Orkney. I’ll blog more about the event soon, but I wanted to quickly mention one of the main (I think) triumphs of the weekend – showcasing the potential for technology to facilitate meaningful, engaging remote attendance. Continue reading
Following successful Scottish GovCamps in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, the next gathering is taking place in picturesque Orkney, on 25-27 May 2012.
Whether you’re able to attend or not, we’d love to hear your suggestions for topics to be discussed over the weekend. Continue reading
Following a successful first meet-up last month, the next Tartan Tweetmeet will take place in a number of Scottish cities next Wednesday 28th March, with the theme of “social media and the future of journalism”. Continue reading
Last night I went along to #smedinburgh – a meet up for people from all backgrounds to come and discuss social media. I made some useful contacts and the people … Continue reading
Last night’s Tartan Tweetmeet was, by all accounts, a great success. Continue reading