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John Popham
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Attended Henry Mellish, Nottingham
Lives in Huddersfield
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Can we please kill all vertical video apps? The revolution will not have giant black bars down the sides
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Somebody must have some work that needs doing in August (or beyond) http://johnpopham.com/hire-me/ 
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I would certainly agree that if people are happy at work they are likely to be more creative. And it's true that people are more happy when I get more sunlight. Therefore, it is not a massive leap of imagination to think that there is a connection.

Having said that, a lot of my favourite music was created by people who were deeply unhappy, and probably not getting much sunlight.
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Please help spread good will to all, every day #365goodwill http://wp.me/ppLRZ-Dj 
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Me on BBC Radio Leeds talking about online shopping and Cyber Monday 
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I agree with a great deal of what you say, Anke, but I also think you are too pessimistic. There are a lot of people out here still carrying the flame for social media as proper conversation and true interaction. One of the problems is the networks' need to monetise themselves, which leads to them encouraging behaviour which many would see as spamming.
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+John Popham Spamming...Like the video above??
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Our Politicians still inhabit the 19th Century http://wp.me/ppLRZ-Hl
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This suggestion is really desperate stuff. Ed and Dave could start with answering questions via Twitter rather than just broadcasting....
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Thank you very much, Kate for mentioning my work :-)
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Thanks for sharing on other channels John, much appreciated!
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The perils of not looking where you are going http://wp.me/ppLRZ-Dt
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See John Popham's graphical bio. Built using Vizify, the easiest, most sophisticated tool for showing the best of you online, all in one place. It easily integrates your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and more.
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Thanks +Pauline Sargent. +Shane Dillon interesting point about conferences. You could ask people to create a Vizify account before the event, it only takes a couple of minutes
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Social Media Surgeon, Founder of #twicket and Can't Get Online Week
Introduction

I am a Social Media Surgeon, facilitating community development, economic development, business development, and personal development, largely through the power of social media and new technologies.

I am the originator of #twicket, the World’s First Live Broadcast of a Village Cricket Match, conceived as an idea to highlight the need for fast upload speeds on internet connections, and rural broadband issues in general, which quickly became a global phenomenon thanks to the support of Stephen Fry on Twitter.

I help organisations to use social media to improve the way they communicate with their customers, constituents and supporters, particularly, but not exclusively, in the public and voluntary/community sectors. I am a social reporter, helping events and organisations communicate their activities to the world, and I am a founder member of Our Society, the forum for people-led local development. I promote and facilitate the application of modern technologies and social media to society’s issues and problems.

I have worked at senior level on Digital Skills strategy, Digital Inclusion, Public Sector transformation using technology, and the role of ICT in regeneration.  My career includes six years as Director of the South Yorkshire FE colleges’ consortium, and four years as European funding advisor to the FE colleges of Yorkshire & the Humber. Much of my earlier career was spent in the fields of community development and social enterprise, including two years as Chair of Community Enterprise UK.

I have been working hard to establish and spread Social Media Surgeries around Yorkshire & the Humber and the rest of the north of England, and I was a founder member of the Big Society in the North Forum. I am helping to develop the Big Society Social App Store, a suite of online tools designed to make community development easier to do, and I’m working on programmes to harness the power of social media to aid civic engagement and local regeneration.

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