World Leader Twitter and Web Directory-V46

The World’s MOST Comprehensive World Leader Twitter Directory Just Got Updated!

“World Leader Twitter and Web Directory” Version 46: 

V46 Announcement Slide

 

Available for Download @Scribd:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/181993445/The-World-Leader-Twitter-and-Web-Directory-V46

The Basic Stats Are:

  • 8,490+ Unique Entries
  • 6,400 + Websites
  • 4,425+ Twitter Accounts
  • 308 Pages

From 266 National Governments and >1,100 International Intergovernmental Organizations (IIGO’s) from across the globe.

The “World Leader Twitter & Web Directory Database” V46 is NOW Available @Scribd:

V46 Database Announcement

http://www.scribd.com/doc/217642825/WorldLeaderTwitterandWebDirectoryDatabase-V46

The directory is supported by a SET of 33 LISTS hosted @VITweeple.

Lists @VITweeple

FYI: A mere 20% of the Twitter Accounts curated in the directory are @Verified. The BEST way to ensure that your constituents FIND your OFFICIAL Twitter Account is to get @Verified by @Twitter!

Contributions to Support On-Going Curation are Greatly Appreciated! Thank YOU!

Cheers & Kind Regards,

@Picobee/@VITweeple

11 April 2014

 

Munich Security Conference 2014 #MSC50 Unofficial Twitter Stream

A gathering of many of the world’s top security and foreign policy influencers and experts, the 50th “Munich Security Conference” (@MunSecConf)  is currently underway in Germany. What are the world leaders reporting from the event via @Twitter?

Here is an UNOFFICIAL Live Twitter Feed of Participants Twitter Accounts:

This Twitter Feed is supported by the LIST: https://twitter.com/VITweeple/munsecconf-msc50/members

You can view for FREE the Unofficial “Munich SecurityConference 2014 Participant Twitter Directory by @VITweeple” on Google Drive: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ag46wjpztZ4ddF9IeElsenZRelV6OWxqbm1jbF9SUHc&usp=sharing

The @MunSecConf Official Participant List can be found here: https://www.securityconference.de/en/activities/munich-security-conference/msc-2014/participants/

The directory contains BOTH Personal and Institutional Twitter Accounts (that I could locate). Please NOTE: this is a RUSH Draft and is subject to revision. If you find an error or have an account to add, please let me know. Twitter Accounts in BLUE are @Verified. The (?) indicates Twitter Accounts whose authenticity is suspect.

Cheers and Kind Regards,

@Picobee/@VITweeple

31 January 2013

World Leader Twitter and Web Directory-Version 43!

The “World Leader Twitter and Web Directory” Version 43 is here! I have restored FREE access to the WORD/pdf Version.

Version 43 Announcement

The Link to the Scribd-Hosted Version: http://www.scribd.com/doc/181993445/The-World-Leader-Twitter-and-Web-Directory-Version-43

The Stats in Brief Are:

  • 226 Pages of Material
  • >3,475 Unique World Leader Twitter Accts
  • ~4,60 Unique Websites
  • ~1,890 VITweeple
  • ~30 LISTS Hosted at @VITweeple

FROM >750 Intergovernmental Organizations and 266 Governments.

Please consider a small donation at this site to support further updates! And THANKs to the Angel Donors who have already contributed!!!

The Excel Version Will NOT be available for several days…..

Cheers and Kind Regards,

@Picobee/@VItweeple

Stay secure in cyberspace

Originally posted on Diplo Learning Corner:

Many people now understand the role of personal hygiene in maintaining good health. Until the 19th Century this was not the case everywhere and life expectancy was considerably shorter due to contagious disease, plagues, contaminated food and water, etc.
While viruses and plagues continue to exist in real life, a similar situation arose in cyberspace in the form of malicious software.
The explosive growth in the adoption of electronic devices by the general population (computers in various forms, smartphones and tablets) is creating and environment where some measures of digital hygiene (such as maintaining strong passwords, carrying out backups, not becoming a victim to phishing, etc.) are needed to protect the devices and the data they contain as well as their owners.

Ed Gelbstein, in his last book published with Bookboon, describes in simple, non technical language a collection of good practices that can be considered as sensible good…

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UN Works to Protect Great Apes, Habitat, amid Ongoing Instability in DR Congo

VITweeple:

What a magnificent being!

Originally posted on diplomaticallyincorrect:

UN Works to Protect Great Apes, Habitat, amid Ongoing Instability in DR Congo

Dr. Jane Goodall: “The forests of DRC are of supreme importance in fight to slow down climate change & protect rich diversity of flora/fauna. Eastern DRC provides crucial habitat for chimpanzees & gorillas, both endangered.”

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The World Leader Twitter & Web Directory

VITweeple:

Thanks! Marco!

Originally posted on marcoRecorder:


I was recently added to World Leader Twitter & Web Directory a project managed by Barclay Browne which I consider both ambitious and very useful for people working in social media and communication.

As we can see from the about page of their blog:

One essential element to the Electronic Diplomatic Dialogue, is being sure of “Who is Whom” among electronic accounts purporting to be those of governments and government officials. Hence, I assembled The “World Leader Twitter and Web Directory,” and have made it freely and publicly available with the simple goal of facilitating clear dialogue via Twitter both among government and elected officials and between world leaders and their constituents.

Now, I managed to get in touch with Barclay Browne, the man behind the…

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New frontiers in Twitter diplomacy: Barack Obama, the president of Iran, and Jack Dorsey

Originally posted on Gigaom:

By now, most of us are pretty used to seeing Twitter as a powerful tool for real-time discussion around global events — discussion that in some cases includes the actors involved in those events, such as the historic back-and-forth between the Israeli army and the Palestinian group Hamas earlier this year. But even though that seems almost routine now, it’s still impressive to see how far-reaching Twitter can be, and how it lets the “sources go direct.”

In one of the most recent examples, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and U.S. president Barack Obama exchanged pleasantries on Twitter both before and after a historic telephone call — then on Tuesday, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey followed up with his own discussion with Rouhani about Twitter access and freedom of speech in that country.

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