Today I will be speaking at an event organized by IABC (www.iabc.be) on the subject of the impact the internet is having on the political world. In this post I will share a few links that the participants might want to visit:
The hyperthinker ning community: (http://hyperthinker.ning.com/) – it’s free to join and is a great place to get an experience of a small network. Ning has the added advantage of enable you to sign-up to several communities with the same login and password and consult them all from one place if you want to.
If you are a member of IABC, Hugh Barton Smith has just started a another ning community (http://be-iabc.ning.com/), which I strongly suggest you join, as it will be a good place to continue the discussions started at the forum.
You might also want to set-your own personal dashboard by going to netvibes. In order to select interesting blogs you might want to check some selections we have made on a range of topics:
Environmental topics: http://www.netvibes.com/environmentdashboard
Food related issues: http://www.netvibes.com/fooddashboard
Energy related issues: http://www.netvibes.com/energydashboard
I also wanted to list some of the blogs of the participants:
Helen has made a great start at a very interesting blog that has the advantage of coming from the perspective of someone who worked in a Brussels association and is sharing her ‘learning experience’ with people who are eager to learn. She also is very active on twitter so if you want to follow her trial and tribulations sign-up with her:
Mathew blog’s at blogactiv (which he helped to create): http://mathew.blogactiv.eu/
Neville is an established authority on all things new media and has a great podcast that can be checked here.
Looking forward to continuing our conversation.