How to quickly geofilter a Twitter search query

A few years ago, I created a series of short 1-minute video tutorials explaining how to use specific features of various social tools out there. This was partly out of experimentation and partly because I kept getting asked similar questions over and over again via email. It’s much easier to point to a video of course.

It’s now 2016, and plenty has changed in the tools landscape. I’ve therefore decided to update existing ones and create some additional video tutorials for popular questions that I receive. To keep editing time to a minimum (and thus allow me to post more), I’m not going to impose a 1 minute time restriction on myself this time. I will aim for 5 minutes (give or take a few).

Here’s my first attempt at reviving these tutorials:


Canadians speak out on the future of government eServices

I just came across an excellent new research report from PWC. It has a rather long  name “Next Generation of  eservices – CitizenCompass – Enhancing service delivery in the Canadian public sector“, however it’s quite informative nonetheless. Essentially its purpose was to ask Canadians how they are interacting with government now, and how they would like to interact in the future regarding service delivery. Continue reading “Canadians speak out on the future of government eServices”