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Elsewhere on UKOLN blogs: December 2009

Posted by Brian Kelly on December 31st, 2009

This month’s regular summary of posts on other UKOLN blogs which may be of interest to the cultural heritage community is given below.

Can Your Blog Survive Without Twitter?
As Twitter now appears to have a significant role in driving traffic to blogs the question is “Can your blog thrive if Twitter is not part of your dissemination strategy?“.
Published 9 December 2009
The Dos and Don’t of Corporate Use of Twitter
Twitter is now mainstream – but there are dangers that organisations jumping on the bandwagon will fail to appreciate what it is that makes twitter so successful.
Published 8 December 2009
A Tale of Three Conferences
Three conference took place in London in the first week of December, all of relevance to the cultural heritage sector. And you could join in the discussions for all three events if you followed the events’ hashtags.
Published 7 December 2009
Highlights of Online Information 2009: Semantic Web and Social Web
The Semantic Web (and Linked Data) should now be considered by early mainstream adopters, whilst the Social Web is now mainstream for all.
Published 4 December 2009
Online 2009: Remote Working in a 2.0 World
Details of the remote working presentation given as part of the show floor seminar programme and a general overview of Online Information 2009.
Published 2 December 2009