Happy St. Andrew’s Day from the KILTR team who’re working from our Glasgow office today as the Alba Centre in Livingston is snowed in and closed!
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Super Thursday, organised by Par Equity takes place next Thursday and we’ve been invited to present KILTR as this months session is around social media.
According to one internet expert, the world’s biggest social network only has five years left before it starts to see users drift off the way they did with MySpace and other social network Bebo.
What one song would you chose as the KILTR theme tune? Scottish artists or songs about Scotland only please!
The devastating effects of the technology dotcom meltdown have been well documented. They left entrepreneurs and financiers alike and in significant numbers with their fingers singed, many burnt. It is understandable that nowadays every £ is treated as a prisoner.
when I think about KILTR, I don’t feel cynical in the slightest. On the contrary, I feel incredibly optimistic about the prospects of this fledgling online network. At its heart is an incredibly powerful and simple idea – a diaspora-based network of Scots and affinity Scots communicating, collaborating and creating opportunities for each other all across the globe.