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dlc 2009

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Blog:
short for weblog
a journal (or newsletter) that is frequently updated and intended for general public consumption
to comment or not to comment?
"weblogs can perform a valuable function as critical disseminators of pertinent information"
"weblogs invite participation"
"weblogs promote media literacy... provide alternate points of view"
starting a blog
http://www.wordpress.org
https://www.blogger.com/start
http://www.movabletype.org/
http://dotclear.org/
http://thingamablog.sourceforge.net/
http://www.livejournal.com/
http://www.visualblog.net
a few open source choices
types of blogs
personal
professional
or both
photos
video
sound
text
what are social networking sites?
from usa.gov
Social networking sites are websites that connect people. In these online communities, people can join (for free) and at a minimum, establish a page with their profile.
potential uses of social networks by government (or anyone else)
from usa.gov
Public social networking sites can be used to further promote government information and services.
Public social networking sites can also be used for recruitment. Agencies could advertise jobs and answer questions about jobs on sites
Public social networking sites are a great way to announce events.
Social networking sites with government partners can help achieve a government's mission.
Interagency and intergovernmental social networking sites can promote cooperation across government.
Marc Zucker and 3
Harvard classmates
create social network:
February 2004
December 2004
1 million
college students
August-September
2005
changes name to
Facebook, adds
high schools & groups
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2009
blogger:
author of a blog
launch of wikipedia
myspace is founded
flickr launches
weblogs exist
What is Facebook?
Personal Profiles have "Friends"
Groups have "Members"
Pages have "Fans"
December 2006
12 Million Users
January 2008
Co-Sponsored
Presidential debates
with ABC
October 2007
50 Million Users
What does this have to do
with Depository Libraries?
September 2009
300 Million Users
"Take the message to
where the people are"
*Share news
*Announce events
*Employment opportunities
*Gather citizens input
*Link to government YouTube *videos; PSA’s
*Agency Photos
*Share other contact information; *web sites, phone and other 2.0
Facebook and Government
September 2006
Everyone over 13 years old
may register
Twitter launches
What Are You Doing?
Uses:
Start the conversation
Keep followers informed
Post links
Live updating
Promote transparency,
collaboration, participation
and access.
Iranian Elections
Breaking News
Earthquake in Samoa
2008 Presidential Election
Obama's Address
Reps and Senators
House and Senate Floor Updates
Smithsonian Collections
http://tweepml.org/Smithsonian-Institution/?SIRef=2ndTweepMLTweet
CDC Health Updates
Cool Info from NASA
http://www.nasa.gov/collaborate/
Mars Rover
Food Safety
Nat'l Archives Doc of the Day
State Dept Briefing Notes
Consumer Tips
EPA News
USAF Band Updates
LOC Events & Materials
SEC Jobs
Naval War College Updates
Free Federal Education Sources
http://twitter.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWLfy81-Qhc
Helpful Tools
ow.ly.com
sweet tweets:
Imitation Pages, just like web pages
Some say it’s “Big Brother” watching them
Government participation is in Early stages
hard to find pages with Facebook search
Concerns
government & social networks
combining them all
http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/
http://www.facebook.com/government
Comments??
Rebecca Blood
Rebecca Blood
Rebecca Blood
http://www.nasa.gov/connect/tweetup.html
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