13 July, 2011 by ehauke
Image from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com I was very interested to read Philosophically Disturbed’s new post on Media140. I’ll soon be leading a … Continue reading
Category: Media, Social Media
| Tags: Audience, Blogging, Conversation, facebook, Identity, Message, Online, Science, science communication, Science Communicators, Social Media, social-networking, Twitter, Web 2.0, Wordpress
6 July, 2011 by ehauke
Can science communication and engagement really be likened to ‘app’ development?
Category: Public Engagement, Sci-Comm
| Tags: angry birds, app, app development, facebook, Google Earth, Instagram, Life, Lifestyle, public-engagement, Red Laser, Science, science communication, skype, Time, Twitter
1 June, 2011 by ehauke
Real-time tweeting is great! It allows people to experience or keep up with an event at which they cannot be present. But what does it do to the experience of those present or even running the event to have an audience full of tweeters?
Category: Media, Sci-Comm, Social Media
| Tags: Audience, public-engagement, Science Communication Conference, Speaker, Storify, Tweeting, Tweets, Twitter
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