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Opinion: No social media identity? Be very afraid

Twitter logoYesterday the government chief scientist issued a thoughtful Foresight report on social media and social identity. It has important implications for political campaigning. For those in a hurry, here is the main message in a tweet:

@andybodders No online identity? You will fade out of existence #beveryafraid

The report uses rather more eloquent words to express this:

As people have become accustomed to switching seamlessly between the

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Hames, Swinson to wed

I had hoped not to write this story immediately after the last, less happy one, but sometimes, them’s the breaks.

Not since Baroness Scott and the Lib Dem’s bureaucrat of choice Mark Valladeres changed their facebook statuses to “engaged” has the Lib Dem online world been so charged with romance.

Now Jo Swinson and Duncan Hames used the medium of Twitter to tell the world of their engagement, to cheers of encouragement all round.

Every congratulation and wish for happiness from all your friends at t’Voice.

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  • User AvatarRoger Roberts 26th Jan - 8:17am
    Not at all ! Just that Alf sees everything in black and white whilst so many policies etc are in shades of grey ! The...
  • User AvatarTsar Nicolas 26th Jan - 8:06am
    Alex Sabine, Your argument rests on the faulty premise that money and debt is somehow real, when it is not, except at the level of...
  • User AvatarJennie 26th Jan - 8:05am
    What Andrew Suffield said.
  • User AvatarAlice Thomas 26th Jan - 7:45am
    MBoy - I was explaining the argument not agreeing with it.
  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 26th Jan - 5:20am
    Eds: Please feel free to remove the comment of mine directly above that has all the unintended bold type! Resubmitting it here. @ Tsar Nicholas...
  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 26th Jan - 5:15am
    Woah, sorry, obviously I didn't close the bold type there! That's where an edit tool would come in handy ;-)