What’s the frequency, Kenneth?

Or maybe the better question is: “What’s the hashtag, Jay?” As in Jay Voorhees, the guy who’s coordinating this new UMNS/Methoblog partnership. I had a chance to sit down with Jay and talk with him about twitter, hashtags, and the value digital community brings to the UMC.

Oh, and if you know the meaning of the REM song referenced in the title of this post – I’m on twitter:@laurahallen

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