The Brussels bubble may be growing, but it’s still a bubble

Posted by Mathew Lowry on 08/11/10

The following is a longer version of an article I published recently in NewEurope. If 2010 is the year when Brussels started taking social media seriously, then 2011 may be the year when Brussels realises that the biggest social media challenges are old, not new. Combining social media and EU affairs is not new – [...]

Groups in EU social media: not so ridiculously easy

Posted by Mathew Lowry on 05/03/10

A while back I and a number of others were blogging about how a very light, bottom-up usage of Web2-style tools and techniques (bloggingportal, delicious, tagging, google alerts, etc.) could help build links between national and EU online discussions and develop the slowly emerging European public space. The importance of this was brought home to [...]

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