Category - twitter

  • 1 Feb 2011

    Power, its exercise and abuse has filled our screens and newspapers during the last week. The word takes our minds in a particular direction – towards the power that can shut down the internet, buzz protesters with fighter jets, marketise the NHS, sell off our forests, kettle and pepper-spray dissent.

  • 25 Jan 2011

    This Lent, Christian Aid is using social media and blogging Bishops to encourage people to use the time between Ash Wednesday and Easter to pray, act and give.

  • 17 Nov 2010

    China is being called on to release a woman sentenced to a year in a labour camp for retweeting a supposedly anti-Japanese message.

  • 6 Jun 2010

    There will be a 'Sunday Salon' web conversation this evening (6 June) at 8pm, looking at the development of media and political blogs - linking, promotion, how people read them and the interaction of blogs and Twitter.

  • 15 Feb 2010

    I'm still recuperating after my arm operation, so I've been having fun with #ivenevervotedtory hash tag on Twitter (you can join me at http://www.twitter.com/jon_bartley).

  • 2 Feb 2010

    Britain’s Methodist Council has urged Christians to adopt a positive attitude to Facebook, Twitter and the world of blogging. They will produce guidelines to encourage the creative use of social media.

  • 4 Sep 2009

    Media-savvy Anglican Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu has recruited a new director of communications through a message posted on the social networking site Twitter.

  • 17 Apr 2009

    Natalia Morar, who helped organise Moldova's "Twitter revolution," a 20,000-strong flash protest at the country's parliament building on 7 April, is house arrest by the authorities.

  • 10 Apr 2009

    This year, you can travel the Stations of the Cross online via cell phone, Blackberry, iPhone, or other Internet connection – for what may be the world’s first twitterised Passion Play...

  • 10 Apr 2009

    For Good Friday, a New York church has been circulating the story of the Passion, the biblical narrative leading up to Jesus' crucifixion, on the popular social networking site Twitter.