Monthly Archives: May 2013

Protected: INF506 Assignment 3

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Week 4 of being mobile

We are already up to week four of the 23 mobile things, and have motored through twitter,  photo apps, “email on the go” and now on to “maps and checking-in”. I found the email and photos very easy, I already … Continue reading

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Social Media Club

I have just “joined” the Hamilton Social Media Club. This is a local chapter of an international group (http://socialmediaclub.org/). The local chapter is open to anyone in Hamilton interested in social media. The group have a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/hamiltonSMC), a newsletter, and also … Continue reading

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Yammering

Last week I signed up to Yammer (www.yammer.com). Yammer is a social network, similar to Facebook, but limited to staff within an organisation. I have used Yammer in a previous organisation, but have not used it in over a year. ITS … Continue reading

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Ingress: social media/networking

In late 2012 a new game was released: Ingress. The game, designed by Google, is currently in invite-only beta, and is only available on Android mobile devices (phones or tablets).  Ingress is an augmented reality game that uses GPS and Google maps. … Continue reading

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23 Mobile Things: Week One: Twitter

I wrote a couple of weeks ago that I’d signed up to the Australia/New Zealand  23 mobile things course and this is week one! I feel like this will be a great way for me to continue the learning from INF506 and keep … Continue reading

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Tweet tweet

Mkhmarketing. (2011). The art of Twitter. This week I was given access to the work Twitter account! The Library has recently been given permission to have a Twitter account and this is monitored by marketing staff. At this stage the library account has … Continue reading

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