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The pwcom blog is moving

After six years of blogging with TypePad, I have just migrated my technology blog ExtranetEvolution.com to a new blog platform (a self-hosted installation of WordPress). I am also using the same platform for my website pwcom.co.uk and for this blog (run on WordPress.com). I hope you like the look and feel of the new site(s).

I will not be adding any new posts here – instead please click through to the new pwcom blog.

If you have linked to this blog, please redirect your link to the new blog address: http://blog.pwcom.co.uk/. And if you have subscribed to this blog, I hope you will do the same for the new one.

Existing content from this site has been migrated. I am working through the new site to ensure that all the internal links work on the new domain, and to ensure images and other embedded content (YouTube video, SlideShare presentations, etc ) are also reproduced pretty much as they were. Please let me know if you find anything broken, etc.

This site will remain up for a few weeks, but I will eventually take it down to avoid confusing visitors (and Google) with duplicate content.

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Constructing Excellence Social Media Forum

We had a good turn-out for Constructing Excellence‘s first social media forum, held at Arup’s Fitzroy Street offices in London, with some great presentations and discussion….

Blog post now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/03/31/constructing-excellence-social-media-forum/

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Why social media bans won’t work

faceblockPerhaps more than half of all construction organisations prohibit employee access to social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

I think such blanket bans are often overkill. Far better, surely, to check when employees are using such sites, and how much, and tackle any perceived abuse on a case by case basis.

The whole blog post is now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2009/10/02/why-social-media-bans-wont-work/

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