My evidence is anecdotal, but some anecdotal evidence is more sound than others.  You be the judge. I’m a licensed social worker, mental health specialist, and a depression survivor. My experience in the profession has taught me to both appreciate …

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(or even: Why you should join Twitter or start a blog immediately) Note: This post contains GCPEDIA links only accessible within the Government of Canada network. Not long ago, I made the acquaintance of a young, energized public servant.  I …

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A helpful tip from Google, if you didn’t know about this already: Gmail doesn’t offer traditional aliases, but you can receive messages sent to your.username+any.alias@gmail.com. For example, messages sent to jane.doe+notes@gmail.com are delivered to jane.doe@gmail.com. You can set up filters …

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Creating a ReTweeting Twitterbot used to be easy. My colleague Peter Smith originally pointed me towards Tweetalert, a service which scanned Twitter Search for the hashtag of your choice, then retweeted the associated posts via your own Twitter account, or …

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