Did a talk recently about Social and technology trends for banking, here are the slides. Will write up some notes on this soon too. [slideshare id=27142379&doc=social-banking-oct2013-pdf-131013072022-phpapp01]
Here are some thoughts on getting started with blogging from my talk at WordCamp Sydney 2012 at the University of Sydney today:
I’ll be discussing blogging and building your brand at Wordcamp Sydney 2012 – it’s on at University of Sydney 21-22 July 2012. You can register here. Some info about my session: How personal blogs have revolutionised publishing. This talk will demonstrate how a WordPress blog can provide a platform for individuals and small businesses to build […]
Tomorrow night I’ll be hosting a panel for Digital Citizens on Politics and Digital Activism in the Social Age. The panel has a fascinating and diverse group of people: Penny Sharpe – Labor Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Roads John Bergin – Director of Digital News for Sky News Steve Hopkins – from Ai-Media Thomas […]
This coming Thursday, 25 March, many folks will be attending the Social Business Summit in Sydney. I will be on a panel discussing Transparency in Business – Risky or Essential?. The debate will be moderated by Headshift’s Anne Bartlett-Bragg and Robin Hamman and the panel members are Nicholas Gruen (Gov2.0 TaskForce Chair); Sherre Delys (ABC […]
Spoke during the last session of the day at Media 140 Perth about realtime web and how it might evolve into an internet of connected people and things. Our evolution towards a networked and hyperconnected society is under way. The slides might be somewhat opaque without the commentary but please feel free to ping me […]
Here are the slides from my presentation at the National Growth Summit in Sydney today. Engagement Marketing In The Age Of Web 2 View more presentations from Kate Carruthers.
I’m speaking at the National Growth Summit 2010 in Sydney this week about engagement marketing and running a workshop on Technology to drive Growth. The line-up includes a number of international luminaries along with local experts, gurus and knowledgeable people such as: Mick Liubinskas, Stephen Collins, Mike Walsh & Stephen Belfer. There’s also workshops available […]
There are three areas that are relevant to both our society in general and to us as educators in particular. They are: (1) the overall landscape in which we are operating; (2) the social implications of the changes being driven by technology and how we are using it; and (3) the changing models that are […]
I really enjoyed the opportunity to present to the TAFE teachers of the Western Sydney Insititute recently about social computing and its implications for education. Slides follow and more detailed notes will be posted shortly. Social & Learning Implications View more presentations from Kate Carruthers.