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July 14, 2010

Baltimore mayor's take on social media

Watch the video of Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake talking about how and why she uses online social media:




Video production by Storyfarm New Media (www.sfnewmedia.com) and KO Digital (www.kopublicaffairs.com).


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Posted by Gus Sentementes at 3:16 PM | | Comments (2)
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Social Media is in my eyes the greatest thing out there in the internet world. Anyone can go from zero to hero overnight with the correct content.

She said that the average person thinks that the Mayor just does ribbon cuttings,, etc. What do you think this is in Baltimore; a monarchy? You are no Queen my lady! I can't even begin to imagine what that comment was in response to... It is comical!

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Gus G. Sentementes (@gussent on Twitter) has been writing for The Baltimore Sun since 2000. He's covered real estate, business, prisons, and suburban and Baltimore City crime and cops. He was one of the first reporters at The Sun to use multimedia tools and Web applications -- a video camera, an iPhone -- to cover breaking news. He hopes to cover Maryland geeks and the gadgets and Web sites they build, and learn -- and share -- something new every day.

Gus has a wife, a young daughter and two feuding cats. They live in Northeast Baltimore.
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