2008 Graduate Two Day Social Media Experience

Drug Advice and Support System Developer


This is Marlon Parker introducing Wesley Nitsckie. Wesley is instrumental in designing and maintaining the DAS system. He volunteers his time and expertise free of charge. You can follow him on Twitter @wesleynitsckie

Wherever we go to share the story of Drug Advice Support people always ask why are we doing what we are doing and what is our payment. People are amazed that this is a community initiative that has been running since 2008 and touching the lives of thousands of people. A special thank you to all the men and women who are sacrificing their lives for the sake of others.

To add us on your MXit you can do the following:

1) Go to contacts
2) Add contact
3) Go to Jabber or Google Talk (depending on your version of MXit)
4) Jabber or Google Talk ID: idmtalk@gmail.com
Nickname: DAS
5) Accept contact

This service runs Mondays to Thursdays between 4 and 6pm. Join us as we reconstruct our communities.

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Mom’s telling the World about the MOM2.0 Sessions

Photo Blogging With The Ladies

The ladies of the MOM2.0 Cafe Sessions is not so nervous like before they say they are more comfortable exploring the world wide web. In every session we remind them that the web2.0 is about creating, sharing content on their space and also engaging. A few weeks ago we introduced the photo sharing site Flickr to them where the ladies can share photos with the world.

As you all know by know that I love blogging so our last MOM2.0 cafe session was about blogging. I guided them through the process of adding a pic into their blog post, a pic can tell a thousand words. I think the readers will get a deeper feel from what they are writing. The MOM2.0 flickr stream and their blog www.mom2zero.com

Clinton Liederman one of the facilitates enjoyed the photo blogging session with the ladies so much that he asked me to help him setup his blog This just a good encouragement for me and looking forward for future outcomes of  the Social Media for  Social Change projects under the banner Reconstructed Living Lab

I Love My Mobile

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“4 billion Mobile phones world wide and the largest distributionchannel platform” World Bank,2008

“Mobile is going to be the next big Internet phenomenon. It holds the key to greater access for everyone with all the benefits that entails.” Eric Schmidt,CEO of Google

According to these stats one can see how powerful the mobile gadget is. I am one of that 4 billion people that own a mobile phone and can see how powerful it is,and with my mobile I am reaching out to people and encouraging people that is using drugs.
This is one way of using your mobile to make a change in the world:

How are you using your mobile to bring  change in this world?

Reconstructed Video Blogging Session

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In today’s Reconstructed Session I could sit back as a student. The session was facilitated by Marlon Parker, teaching us all about video blogging (Vlogging). We did a practical session where we recorded some videos and uploaded the videos on YouTube, the tool that we will use to store all our video. After adding videos on YouTube we posted some video post on our Reconstructed Blog.

The guys was really excited about this session because all that they want to do is to share their stories with people out there that is addicted to drugs. I’m just as excited to see how they are going to use video blogging on their space http://www.theronstructed.com.

here is a video Kyle Stevens: Servanthood

Social Media presentation using Twitter

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