Social Media Show this week discusses the Chad Evans/Twitter case.
- why has Twitter become a place where people feel anonymity equates to be able to break the law and say some pretty horrific things?
- does ignorance of the UK’s rape laws excuse breaking said laws via Twitter?
- can anonymity on Twitter be a good thing?
- is bad behaviour via Twitter a UK problem?
- is this bad behaviour a new thing, or is it just part and parcel of the ‘net?
- check out Mic’s blog post “The Marshall Mathers LP is about the internet”
- is the fact that the press have “a hard on for Twitter” the reason the “public” are hearing about such instances of the Chad Evans case?
- in other news, check out Mic’s articles on his blog, plus he’s been training people on how to deal with journalists…scary. The big idea is “never trust a journalist”. Ian has been building social media content for his company, namely Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and, shockingly, Google +
- is Google+ going to amount to anything, and should the smart businesses be looking to have a proper presence on this piece of Google property?
- Mark’s been to Paris with his wife, and he’s been running workshops for Postable, training people to use Facebook and YouTube. He’s been inspired to write a piece on whether social media is “the magic bullet”.
- during the recording of #socialmediashow, we received a comment from @GlasgowOsteo using that hashtag on Twitter, read it here.
- the guys have a chat about Google+’s facelift and how social search is growing in America
- is it sensible to choose between Facebook and Google+, or should you always go for both as part of your social media strategy?
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