O is for…Organizations don’t tweet. People do.

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We’re well over the halfway mark of the April A to Z blog challenge now – doesn’t time fly when you’re having so much bloggy fun?! Theming my posts for this year was definitely a good decision (Thanks Cath!) and has really helped focus my attention and will hopefully create an eclectic and helpful reading list.

A quick reminder that my theme is based on books which have impacted my life. I’m sharing 26 wonderful books (with some degree of artistic license) that have punctuated my 34 years on Earth. If you’ve been with me throughout, you’ll already know that I’m a giant soppy bookworm with a secret penchant for sideline librarianism….yeah, the cool kid.

Today marks the time my career took me back into communications, and specifically digital communications.

I bloody love it. (both my work and this book)

When it was all so new and undiscovered and confusing and scary and (a bit) geeky, this book introduced some brilliant ideas and principles about the social web which made things feel a bit more normal, common sense and exciting.

Split into short chapters of amazingness, this book rocks.

If you work in communications you need to read this book. Actually, scrap that – if you work ANYWHERE you need to read this book. And then get your colleagues to read it too.

Have I bigged it up enough?

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