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Bye bye Brisfest

September 24, 2010


Tonight I’m off to my last two events to review for the Brisbane Festival‘s social media experiment Critical Mass. They’re both theatre–one Under the Radar and one in the main program. If you *gasp* haven’t been religiously reading all my reviews over the last threeish weeks, you can see them here. Happy weekend everybody! Advertisements

EP launch: Katie Wighton’s What You Do

September 23, 2010


The first time I saw Katie Wighton play was at Green Jam early this year. The cultural precinct orgs really jive off live music in summer and Green Jam is QPAC’s iteration. I went along because I worked with Katie at The Edge and went along to support her. She was one of the Visitor […]

Business planning

September 21, 2010


Whenever I’m looking at business or marketing planning or writing any kind of management plan, I start to apply the principles of those kinds of documents to my life. So this afternoon when I started reading through the long term planning documentation of my new company, guess what happened? First, I articulated some goals, beginning […]

“Twitter is not a social network”

September 17, 2010


So says a Twitter exec. And, he’s right. It’s a social media tool that existing social networks use to communicate and grow and that people use to form new social networks. Duh. Quick vocab lesson Social network = a network of people who interact with each other, often around a particular activity eg a book […]

Brisfest blogging starts now!

September 7, 2010


As I wrote a couple of weeks ago, I’m part of an experimental social media project being run by Brisbane Festival this year. I’ll be posting on the official site during the festival (which started on Saturday night with Riverfire). My first post just went live and there are more on their way.

Social media Monday: Moderating Britney

September 6, 2010


An article on posits that There’s no such thing as “cruise control” with social media. Unnecessary quotation marks aside, I agree with the headline’s statement. It uses Britney Spears’s Facebook fan page as a case study. Apparently its Photos from Others section is full of images advertising hardcore porn. The article says that her people should […]