About Mark Hillary
Mark has authored a new book on Twitter Features Interviews, which includes case studies that includes many social media elites - including David Cameron, the British Prime Minister. He is shortlisted as the "Blogger of the year" by Computer Weekly, UK's leading technology magazine. However, the results for "Blogger of the year" will be announced on November 29th. So, you have the opportunity of voting for him now at http://bit.ly/markcw.
BTW, Mark is also a music blogger. He is the founder of the popularly known regular tweetups in London, called the "Ealing Tweetup". Feel free to look at this video on Ealing Tweetup in London:
About the Tweetup
Here is the link to the tweetup, where you can find details: http://linkd.in/uWuIan
@ November 29, 2011 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The aim of the #dhakatu tweetup (the hashtag used for Twitter promotion) is not about Mark talk talking about blogging. Rather, it is an event for tweeters and bloggers in Bangladesh to get together, to swap ideas, to discuss IT issues in Bangladesh, and to get wide community of bloggers involved from BASIS - representing the IT service companies.
But feel free to talk to Mark about blogging too! Mark is visiting Dhaka as part of a mission run by the UN and International Trade Centre (ITC) called NTF-II. Mark is a guest of BASIS during his stay.
Check these links for more information on the wider programme of work:
- NTF-II http://www.intracen.org/projects/ntf-ii/
- BASIS: http://www.basis.org.bd/
- UN-ITC: http://www.intracen.org/
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CEO at IT Decisions
Globalisation Author and Blogger for HuffPo, Reuters, and the London 2012 Olympics