September 2010

Twitter: here’s a collection of abbreviations and what they stand for

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Courtesy of Nick Homes a Court at BuzzNumbers, as well as Brian Giesen from Ogilvy, comes some Nielsen numbers that seem to indicate that 1.42 million Aussies visited Twitter.com last month. But, as Nick points out in a comment on Brian’s post, the Nielsen stats only show browser visits to twitter.com; it doesn’t seem to […]

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Dell FINALLY releases the Streak in Australia

by Lee Hopkins on September 24, 2010 · 2 comments

in clippings,tools

But you’d still have to prise it from my cold, dead fingers

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Presentation at Anglicare National Conference

by Lee Hopkins on September 16, 2010 · 1 comment

in public speaking

Here’s the presentation I gave to the Anglicare National Conference yesterday, 15th Sept 2010. I didn’t capture a sound recording of it, unfortunately, but you should be able to get the general drift of things. Anglicare and Social Media – Sept2010 View more presentations from Lee Hopkins. Technorati Tags: anglicare, charity, not-for-profit, nfp, social media, […]

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Twitter: the #hashtag explained

by Lee Hopkins on September 14, 2010 · 4 comments

in Uncategorized

Twitter hashtags. What’s your favourite hashtag and why?

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Google Analytics and the Power User Guide

by Lee Hopkins on September 13, 2010 · 0 comments

in tools

Rreading it in its native pdf state allows you to watch embedded videos

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Today is World Suicide Day

by Lee Hopkins on September 10, 2010 · 0 comments

in ethics,Uncategorized

In Australia our annual toll of deaths by suicide is greater than the number of deaths on our roads, yet we only hear about the road toll

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Broadband upload speed is just as important

by Lee Hopkins on September 7, 2010 · 7 comments

in politics,tools

In all the hoo-haa about broadband in Australia at the moment, there is an important element that seems to be missing from discussions. We all want to download material from the internet faster, of course. Movies on demand, video material, pdfs, ebooks… being able to download these much faster would be a boon to productivity. […]

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Aaron’s post is definitely worth checking out!

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Thought of the day

by Lee Hopkins on September 2, 2010 · 0 comments

in clippings,humour

A leader without a sense of humility is like a grass cutter at a cemetery…

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