Pope conceives YouTube Channel

January 27, 2009 at 5:51 pm Leave a comment

In case you missed it, or are still just a little bit scared of venturing online, check out the new YouTube channel from the Pope.  If nothing else it might bring a little hope to practitioners working in organisations reluctant to embrace social media and online engagement – it would seem even the most conservative organisations now recognise the value of online connections, although to be fair, the Vatican was an early podcast adopter.  Anyway, I don’t think you can get more mainstream than this, so if you still have doubts about going on line, get over it – or get left behind!

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