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laurel papworth

So rather than keep fracturing the conversation, please whip over to Laurel’s latest post on this all, “Australia: David Galbally Vs Social Media”

Marvel again at the ludicrousness of Galbally’s emotion-driven argument. Sheer and utter nonsense. The genie is out of the bottle, ol’ boy, and it ain’t going back in…

I want to have a look at how Social Media in Australia has responded to the devastation of the Victorian fires.

Laurel has put together a tasty slidedeck on what SocMed is from a corporate perspective (aka ‘Why The Heck I Should Care’) and I love the images she uses.