Many people I have encountered who use YouTube to share videos remain unaware of the analytics capabilities now available c/o Google.
Category Archives: Web 2.0
Social networking and youth participation
The Local Government Information Unit’s Children’s Services Network are running an Action Learning Set between January and June 2009 for local authorities, voluntary sector organisations and the private sector.
Online collaboration tools mindmap
An adaptation of Robin Good’s recently developed “Online Collaboration Tools” mindmap.
A Mozilla labs experiment into connecting the web with language.
Debate on the growing influence of blogs on health policy
An interesting debate about the growing influence of blogs on health news and policy debates.
The power and the perils of using social networking tools in the NHS
Musings and final report from a masterclass for the NHS Faculty of Health Informatics.
Web 2.0 and the implications of the web based personal health record
Information about a new research scoping project into Web 2.0 and the implications of the web based personal health record.
The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement has launched a new web site called “Armchair involvement” which aims to provide a practical guide to using technology to engage people in health service improvement.
Why trust is driving people to web social networks for health information
Interesting article by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on why trust is driving people to web social networks for health information. The author asserts that: While searching is still the No.1 use of the Internet in health care, social media are growing in importance as consumers’ preferred online channels for health knowledge… Within Internet social media, the most […]
Ajax promises improved user experience of the web