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IGF Pasifika expands social Media Presence at IGF6, Nairobi, Kenya

With our Pacific reps now in Nairobi and the Hubs ready for the IGF kick off tomorrow, here are some social media options, including Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook which we all can use to interact with and hear from hub participants.


 A big thanks to Samantha Dickinson, Internet governance specialist at APNIC, who is supporting the IGFpasifika social media presence.

Twitter ------- The IGF Pasifika twitter account is at: http://twitter.com/#!/igfpasifika
Do you have a twitter account? If so, follow @igfpasifika (and expect a follow back) to help get the word out and to connect you to the stream of Internet related issues this week. And we want to hear your tweets on issues!

Also you might like to follow the official Internet Governance Forum twitter account @intgovforum and hashtag of #IGF11 Flickr
The IGF Pasifika Flickr account is at: http://www.flickr.com/people/igf-pasifika/
Hubs have been asked to send through pics during the week so we can tweet the pics to the world! (More about this in Flickr below)


Have a look and see snapshots of what's happening at the Pacific hubs during the week! If you have your own Flickr account, feel free to upload any relevant photos about remote participation to your own account, and consider using the tags igf11, igf and igfpasifika so others can easily find them. Facebook.
If you have a Facebook account, consider "liking" or posting a link to the igfpasifika twitter account, Flickr account and/or website (http://igfpasifika2011.connectinteractive.net) so we can get the news spread amongst your friends and professional colleagues.


 So whether you want to add your support, share your experience, or follow the action, you can log on and be a part of the Pacific voice at the IGF!

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