Posts Tagged "social media"

Social Media Lives Forever

I’m reading about a BC Liberal candidate who is withdrawing from next year’s election, because he states his “controversial tweets he had posted had become a “distraction” to his candidacy and family responsibilities.”  One of his tweets to me is…

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Occupy Together

November 25, 2011 was a rainy night in Vancouver. The Canucks were playing. Pre-2011 Grey Cup events were taking place so the streets were filled with people and about 400 people showed up for a public forum on Occupy Together…

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Media Democracy Day 2011

Know the media. Be the media. Change the media.
Media Democracy Day 2011 in Vancouver took place November 11-13. The first MDD took place in 2001 in Vancouver and Toronto – and I may have been in attendance. Ten years later…

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My commitment: Be open and accessible to all members.

I am determined to call every delegate to convention so that each one has an opportunity to talk to me before convention. That means using a tool, the telephone, invented about 135 years ago. This “tool” has certainly changed through the years…

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Using youtube, social media to engage members & the public

Thanks to all of you who watched and/or provided some very thoughtful questions to the candidates in the live webcast of the all-candidates’ forum this past week. For those of you who weren’t able to participate, you can watch the archived webcast at…

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Back to the Blog

I am back. Back to the blog. I have been spending time on social media: facebook and twitter. And I’ve also been writing on the CLiFF BC blog.
Some of you may be wondering what is CLiFF. CLiFF is the Canadian Labour International Film…

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