THE PRODUCTION of next year’s Hedon Town Calendar has been mired by social media accusations that some town councillors have acted in a ‘spiteful’ way when making the decision about its printing. We look at those issues…
THIS WEEKEND English football is coming together with sports and other organisations, to boycott social media and demand change to #StopOnlineAbuse. A range of organisations will be switching off their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, from 3pm Friday 30 April to 11.59pm on Monday 3 May.
Blogging on location – did it work for Hedon Blog? We hope so! We’re keen to hear from people who can tell us if they found out about the event via one of our #HedonBiker social media channels…
East Riding Council sets up a Review Panel… meanwhile resident action continues!
With some kind support (please!) – we hope to be able to offer a series of digital surgeries in July 2015
SOCIAL MEDIA SURGERY – informal workshop on how to use the internet to communicate, collaborate and connect…
DID YOU KNOW…? When the Hedon Blog publishes a new article, lots of technical magic happens. Each new article is shared with: over 40 people who follow the Blog via WordPress; nearly 500 who follow @HedonBlog at Twitter; over 1,000 that follow the Blog via @RayDuff on Twitter […]
HUMBERSIDE POLICE are conducting an experiment using Twitter. Sergeant James Main asked his 245 followers yesterday: http://twitter.com/#!/SgtJamesMain/status/61444627869335552 Find out a bit more about this Humberside Police initiative over on HU12… but let us know here on the Hedon Blog what you think about this idea?
THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL launched its Institute for Creativity and Innovation yesterday. The institute iHull began its social media training programme which runs untill 14th October. iHull is running courses particularly aimed at business about LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other social media activities. They are also running a […]
A NEW GUIDE has been published for the benefit of local Councillors which encourages them to take advantage of new ‘social media’ (Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc). The Connected Councillors guide aims to help support Councillors to create local spaces for ‘community conversation’ and to help them communicate with […]
The Beverley and Holderness MP meets constituents in Hedon. Also they can contact him via Yoosk.