For those of you who have been dreaming of an easier way for your readers to share your posts on Twitter, that day has come. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve added an official Tweet Button as an option for all WordPress.com blogs. How it works: When one of your readers hits the Tweet Button,… » read more
So the European Parliament’s foreign affairs committee has approved the set-up of Europe’s foreign service, as negotiated in Madrid two weeks ago. Formal agreement is expected in plenary after the holidays, allowing the European External Action Service (EEAS) to be operational by the end of the year. Creation of the EEAS is potentially the most… » read more
The other day I talked about micro-blogging and mega-blogging and shared my view that new forms of social media, including micro-blogging, are complementary to blogging. We’ve seen ongoing growth at WordPress.com as people started using Twitter, and we expect that to continue. Of course one of the coolest things about Twitter right now is the… » read more
Friends, just very brief update: Since today, we have started to use Twitter communication platform as well. You would find us and could follow us on www.twitter.com At the same time, we would be very grateful for any comments on that design, which is in beta version this time. Thanks in advance.
Les institutions européennes donnent souvent l’impression de vivre sous cloche, en circuit fermé. Les députés et fonctionnaires européens restent cependant peu présents sur le web 2.0, même si la Commission et le Parlement européen ont récemment trempé un orteil sur le réseau social Twitter. Les réseaux sociaux sont pourtant une opportunité unique pour l’Europe de… » read more
People are on the streets in Tehran, the death toll is rising, and rumors are spreading that not only students but also some figures inside Establishment would begin to openly challenge Ali Khamenei’s legitimacy as supreme leader. Some reports claim that Hashemi Rafsanjani – head of the Assembly of Experts, a body that has the… » read more