Tony Sharp gets political Tony has an interesting take on IC - his blog doesn't just talk about good practice - there's an underlying political edge. I don't agree with everything he says but it makes me think (sometimes!).
One of the hangovers from an IT Security Awareness Program I ran a few years ago is that I still get mails from a security news site which I occasionally read (I actually understand some of it as well!).
I have to say that I am mildly irked by the volume of spam that Twitter has opened up to me (although it's no where near the size of the email pest) and it leads people to over-react. Allan Jenkins posted a rather irritable Tweet the other day slamming an innocent viral campaign (@CommsFlashMob) and after a while it does all get a bit much.
Quite a few people seem to have taken to routinely blocking the majority of their followers... I may soon be joining them.
Ragan brought my attention to this posting which appears on their site written by Janet Fouts. She questions the value of social media certification or training as a sign that someone knows what they are talking about.