My blog in the local paper – Red Deer Advocate – has gotten some traffic following a recent post on the future of our local TV station. We were even on the front-page (below the fold) on Saturday’s paper. Kinda cool . . . but what really matters is the reaction to the topic. It’s […]Read more "Follow-up to local TV post"
Walter Schwabe, a social media strategist in Edmonton has put out a challenge to the global online web community through a Facebook group to promote donations to local food-banks. The goal is to post one million photos of one million food-bank donations before the end of 2009. Go to http://www.facebook.com/ and search for “fusedlogic Food […]Read more "Facebook Foodbank challenge"
The Alberta Government is promoting their ‘Commit One Simple Act‘ to reduce waste program with a link that allows you to post it onto your Facebook profile. Cool. This makes me curious to know what other forays the government is making into social networking and social media. There goes another night lost to web searching! […]Read more "Alberta Government and Facebook – commit one simple act"
The Alberta government has a Facebook page aimed at out-door users. Called ‘respect the land’ it is from the ministry of Sustainable Resources and may be one of the first of its kind. Is the government getting ‘with-it’? and recognizing that more and more people are using social networking and social media for their news […]Read more "Alberta government Facebooks"
Global TV Edmonton has a Facebook page –www.facebook.com/pages/Global-Edmonton/7078490926. They are also VODcasting (video podcasting). Since they are affiliated with a national TV network it only makes sense that they are in the Web 2.0 space – but it’s great to see a local TV station involved just the same. Edmonton is about two hours to […]Read more "Local TV station on Facebook"