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This post was originally published at ABC Unleashed. There is an undeniable growing interest among Australian businesses in the potential for social media tools to fill a role in marketing, client service and business improvement. The publication by Telstra of their staff "guardrails" - a set of...

As part of my quick trip to New Zealand to speak to clients of Network PR, I appeared on the NZ version of Sunrise and the breakfast radio show, Radio Wammo, on KiwiFM. Yes, the inevitable Twitter focus was there, but the hosts asked questions that...

Today, Telstra have publicly published their social media guardrails for staff. While these aren't the first (sorry, Dan Oakes at the SMH, you got that one wrong) corporate guidelines on social media for an Australian company (I've helped with a few), they are certainly the...

As a part of an event I have coming up, the organisers asked me to do a litte future speculation on the direction the cultural and technological aspects of social networking are taking. Here's what I put together for them. Since late 2008, Australia and NZ...

Just this weekend, a major event took place in Washington DC - Government 2.0 Camp. It brought together 500 thinkers and doers who seek to engage and transform government in such a way as to make the executive and legislature more open and responsive, more...

A few weeks back, I attended Ross Dawson's Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum for the second time. As usual, it was a great event - a lot of depth, several great speakers and a bunch of significantly mature case studies. At the end of the day, Des Walsh...

Recently, I was interviewed by Josh Mehlman (@vealmince), editor of NETT, the Australian magazine aimed at small businesses bringing their work and offerings online. The interview was focussed on Australia's online economy (although the issues have relevance pretty much everywhere). NETT have just published the article...

The next few days, I'll be away from home doing several pieces of work that point to a growing awareness of Enterprise 2.0 as an important set of practices and technologies for business, particularly in current challenging economic times. First, tomorrow, I'll be at Ross Dawson's...