Do you struggle to find plain English explanations of the net?

June 10, 2008 at 9:52 am 2 comments

Sometimes even we struggle for plain, easy to understand words to explain the basic concepts and tools of the internet, let alone how they can be used in a public affairs context…we know, it’s hard to believe isn’t it?

Thankfully help is at hand. Our monthly internal knowledge sharing lunch, or “Click & Tell” as we call it, unearthed a site called Commoncraft, which is full of informative videos that explain the basics of web 2.0. in plain English. There are a whole series of videos, including this one on social media. Enjoy.

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  • 1. Jon Worth  |  June 10, 2008 at 10:34 am

    Excellent stuff – if clients can’t understand social media (or blogging, or whatever else) thanks to this, then I don’t think they ever will!

  • 2. Jon Worth » Web 2.0 in plain American  |  June 10, 2008 at 10:57 am

    […] 2.0 in plain American Via Public Affairs 2.0 I’ve come across a series of excellent videos called The CommonCraft Show. Using simple […]


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