Tagged: Facebook

Attitudes and antibiotics - BioBlog

Alison Campbell Nov 20, 2017

A recent FB post from Stuff discussed the rising concerns about the evolution of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. (This is something that Siouxsie Wiles has often written about: here and here, for example; her excellent book on the subject is reviewed here.) Fairly predictably, it didn’t take long for the proponents of essential oils to turn up, soon to be joined by the … Read More

Facebook’s new anti-fake news strategy is not going to work – but something else might - Guest Work

Guest Work Apr 28, 2017

By Paul Ralph, University of Auckland Have you seen some “tips to spot fake news” on your Facebook newsfeed recently? Over the past year, the social media company has been scrutinized for influencing the US presidential election by spreading fake news (propoganda). Obviously, the ability to spread completely made-up stories about politicians trafficking … Read More

The Social Media Challenge - Up and Atom

Kimberley Collins Aug 21, 2015

The hardest part of encouraging scientists to use social media is finding good data. Pew Internet is my go-to source for trustworthy information on how people are using social media. Their most recent report on mobile messaging and social media asked 1907 American adults how they use the internet, social media, and for the first time – mobile messaging … Read More

Become an ‘authority’ to maximise the benefits of social media for your business — Sisson - Stick

Peter Kerr Oct 04, 2011

Social media may seem to many like an over-hyped mess of ceaseless and senseless chatter. But understanding when and how its immediacy and intimacy can and should be part of an integrated marketing strategy will be key to many future … Continue reading → … Read More