Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

Time to stop pointing fingers at Facebook and take some responsibility ourselves.

As a consultant involved in the digital space for quite some time now, I have carefully observed the evolution of Facebook since its first year of operation. Since that time Mark Zuckerberg has taken the heat on numerous occasions for a variety of privacy-related issues. Remember Facebook Beacon and Facebook Lexicon? What usually follows is a hopeless attempt by some people to […]

One week, two excellent events: #CBoCSocial and #FWD50

This post features my key takeaways and notes from two events I attended in November, here in Ottawa. 1. Public Sector Social Media (#CB0CSocial) –“Where Canada’s social media leaders gather to discuss the most effective strategies for the most powerful media.” 2. Forward 50 (#FWD50) – “A three-day conversation on digital transformation held in Canada’s capital city, bringing […]

New Facebook Features and Why They Matter

Last week, Facebook held its annual F8 conference where Mark Zuckerberg and team announce Facebook’s latest features and overall strategic focus. What Facebook invests time and resources in tends to set the course for the entire digital ecosystem. The gargantuan social network is about to hit 2 billion monthly users with hundreds of thousands of […]