The stats are in. Canadians, or at least nearly 52K of them, geeked out on the 2016 census, issuing over 65K tweets between May 1 and May 10, inclusive.
The Fort McMurray wildfire reinforces that social media have become the new amateur radio during disasters and for coordinating disaster relief.
Facebook has changed its algorithms again, further favouring pay-for-play reach and engagement, and proving social media and economics don’t mix easily.
Donald Trump and his…er…style of communication offers an endless supply of material for analysis.
It was a global discussion with 115,544 Canadians issuing 130,688 remembrance tweets over the course of the day.
Tomorrow we will remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Already, people are sharing expressions of gratitude and remembrance online.