Posts Tagged “facebook”

What Social Middleware means for Government

by on January 11, 2010

  By Kristin Bockius , State & Local Government Social Media Marketing Manager Warning: don’t do social without social middleware Let’s face it. The adoption of social media applications is growing among state and local government organizations. At the same time, questions are still looming about how to best leverage the applications to reach citizens, promote programs or share information.

SoCalDevGal does the social

by on July 13, 2009

What’s going on with my Windows 7 blog series, you might be wondering?  Well, I am still working on it, in fact I’ve broadened the scope of my studies to include ALL AREAS of Windows 7 development (in preparation for my upcoming trip and talks in South Africa).  I do plan to publish quite a few more posts in the series over the next couple of weeks. Lest you think I am all work and no play, I’ll have to admit that I’ve been combining work and socializing too.  Below is a sampling of recent good times… Geek BBQ in Venice Swanky party in Hollywood Beach party with the Laguna Girls (I took the picture, so I am not in this one!) Birthday celebration with the cool girls Hanging with the hipsters downtown LA Oh and there’s more to come – this week I’ve got four more tech social events to go to.  Life is good

Washington Post: Facebook Taps Privacy Hawk as Lobbyist

by on June 19, 2009

I found this recent article by the Washington Post Facebook Taps Privacy Hawk as Lobbyist fascinating. What does a job change from one of a privacy advocate to that of defending Facebook against concerns that the company doesn’t protect your personal information well enough

by on June 7, 2009 is the first social network for babies.

SCOM – Nouveau forum de discussion

by on May 26, 2009

Hello, Voici un nouveau forum pour échanger sur SCOM, un bon lien à partager notamment avec la sortie de la R2… Je ferai prochainement des posts sur la mise en place de reporting basé sur SCOM.