US military to get new view on social media

A new report from the National Defense University offers some social media tips for government folks - ones "that actually makes sense," writes Wired's

A new report from the National Defense University offers some social media tips for government folks - ones "that actually makes sense," writes Wired's DangerRoom blog. The aptly named "Social Software and National Security," report is expected out early next week, Wired says, but the blog provides a sneak peek at the four tenants the paper suggests:

  • Inward sharing

  • Outward sharing

  • Inbound sharing

  • Outward sharing


Hmm...

An excerpt under the "Outward sharing" headline reads:
The 2005 natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina is now a textbook example of the need for multi-agency, multi-government, multi-media engagement in an ad hoc and constantly evolving manner. More recently, people using social software have been able to make useful contributions during real world events such as flooding in Bangladesh, the California wildfires, and Hurricane Gustav...

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