interviews

Avoid fancy shots – zooming in and out can be distracting and also waste battery power.

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@BryanPerson interviewed us for his own vidcast. Strongly recommend you visit Bryan’s video stream, as he has some fabulous interviews.

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Gila Fox is just one of the hundreds of very bright and erudite folks I met at #iabc09 world conference. Gila also shares with us how her colleagues are using these new communication landscape tools.

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Shel Holtz is one of my personal “one day I hope to be even half as good as him” type of individuals. I stuck my new and much-loved easi-speak mic in front of him and captured some more gems from the man.

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Bryan decided to interview Donna about podcasting for his daily audio show, the Daily Boo. I decided to stick my marvellous new easi-speak microphone in between the two of them and capture what they said.

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T he University of South Australia’s Centre for Human Resource Management has found that 31 per cent of organisational leavers are poached away. But of even greater concern is the finding that just under half of all employees who left their employer did so because of a bad experience, such as being passed over for […]

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Interview with me (Lee Hopkins) on Radio Adelaide, 17Apr2009 about Twitter

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Radio Adelaide interviewed me (Lee Hopkins) about Twitter.

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Norton’s 2009 Online Family report

by Lee Hopkins on March 24, 2009 · 0 comments

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60% of Australians believe that the internet has NOT benefited their relationships! More in the Norton Online Report 2009

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Norton’s 2009 Online Family report

by Lee Hopkins on March 19, 2009 · 0 comments

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Symantec have today released their 2009 report into life online (you know, that thing we do between interruptions). Nearly seven in 10 online adults say that the Internet has improved their relationships.  And it’s no wonder: those who have friends online have an average of approximately 41 online friends, 49 percent have a social networking […]

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