Cary, NC – Ever wonder how to add your own copyright info to the footer of your WordPress website? Here’s a quick tutorial. Continue reading
Currently, the Town has been using the descriptors below to help employees involved with social media “speak” in a consistent voice. If/when the Town’s presence on social media expands, presenting a “personality” that successfully engages citizens will be critical.
So what do you think? Will this “personality” help us meet the Town Council’s goal to better “… facilitate citizen engagement, communication and consumption of content.
Current descriptors of the Town’s New Media personality: Continue reading
Cary, NC – Commenting is good. We want to know what you think. Continue reading
Cary, NC – The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Technology Task Force (TTF) is Wednesday, October 10, 2012. The public is invited to attend. Continue reading
At the TTF Meeting last night the Town Staff asked one of those really important questions that, frankly, I should have answered in an earlier session… “Why does Cary need to spend money on Social Media and a new website?”
The Town “built” a new website in 2009, after working on the development for 2 years. It’s a valid question – and in my mind there are two answers. Continue reading
Cary, NC – Here’s the slide deck from my presentation on September 26 about costs for “Doing More with Video”.
Cary, NC – It was a balmy night in Cary, about 72 degrees and a lavender sky over Page-Walker. I walked around the garden a bit before going upstairs for the TTF sub-committee on the task force website. The subject of the evening was a TTF website and what would be on it. And why. Continue reading
Cary, NC – The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Technology Task Force (TTF) is Wednesday, September 26, 2012. The public is invited to attend. Continue reading
Cary, NC – Here’s the schedule of meetings for the Tech Task Force. Continue reading