Introducing the Twitter Radar
London, UK - 23rd February 2009, 12:21 GMT
Dear ATCA Open & Philanthropia Friends
[Please note that the views presented by individual contributors
are not necessarily representative of the views of ATCA, which is neutral.
ATCA conducts collective Socratic dialogue on global opportunities and threats.]
The significance of Twitter, as a 21st century communication medium, is underlined by the use of this technology by President Obama during his highly successful and ground-breaking campaign. From Davos in Switzerland to TED in California, 2009 has been a Twittering year! It was possible to get up-to-the-minute news, views, thoughts and observations about each and every main panel -- as well as simultaneous panels in other rooms -- from Twitter messages in real time. Further, ATCA was able to ask questions and influence dialogue in many panels via Twitter.
The Twitterverse (Twitter Universe) is metamorphosing the opportunity for Socratic dialogue in the 21st Century and points towards the future of niche and mass communication as well as breaking-news, reporting, analysis and executive decision making. This is precisely the reason why ATCA Open is embracing Twitter wholeheartedly.
It would be useful to have your considered input in regard to the following Twitters. Please click on the Twitter hyperlinks to read the articles:
Social Intelligence & Biology of Leadership
Q4 Industrial Output Collapse
Obama aims to cut budget deficit in half by 2013
George Soros said that the world financial system has “effectively disintegrated”
Live Poll "Is Obamanomics D.o.A.?"
NY Attorney General's letter
God particle Discovery
What is the likely price of gold towards the tail end of 2009?
Live Poll "Is Switzerland to suffer the fate of Iceland because of bank liabilities?"
What is the appetite for a gold bullion traditional custody bank with internet enabled exchange?
Number of AAA Banks in G7, Especially Canada, Still Healthy
US bank shares near 17-year low as nationalisation looms
ATCA Open maintains a presence for Socratic Dialogue and feedback on Twitter, Facebook,
We welcome your thoughts, observations and views. Thank you.