The youth olympics
(WORLD) The MediaSnackers
podcast focusses on individuals, organisations or companies who are simply impressing us and which are crying out for more discussion.
Julian Lim is the Head of New Media for the
Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games (the first ever youth olympic games).
0.33—1.42 the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games and the Cultural Education Programme
1.43—2.19 what role does social media play in the preparations
2.20—5.03 what have they been doing : Facebook fan page, Twitter, YouTube channel, Flickr and WhyOhGee plus the Million Deeds Challenge
5.04—6.07 specific uses of the platforms
6.08—7.33 user generated content from the attendees and participants
7.34—8.08 opportunities vs challenges
8.09—11.29 future and legacy creation
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A little observation
(WORLD) Think about the busiest places you know…
I bet there are all intersections of some description : train stations, town centres, concert halls, motorways etc.
Same for social media : iTunes, Facebook, Twitter, Skype etc
If you're looking to create traffic then think about creating intersections not destinations.
Which is why
Google wins and Yahoo won't with its new $85 million ad campaign :
Starting the journey
(ENG) Yesterday MediaSnackers started our eleven day consulting tenure with
Thurrock Youth and Connexions Service.
Our first task was a mammoth day of information gathering to orientate ourself with current operations, strategy and policy considerations plus levels of digital literacies with the staff (amongst many other things)—all with the view of developing a package of social media training and project ideas.
Check out the photos from the day below:
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Thurrock Youth Service