Are we going to develop a consensus on (new) Twitter hashtags concerning EU institutions and activities, I wondered in the latest blog post on this theme: European Council: Continued #euco discussion on Twitter (8 February 2011).
Inviting comments, there were also a few remarks about the European Union and the use of social media by European leaders, journalists and citizens.
@AnttiTimonen, a press adviser of the EPP group, admitted that there is much noise regarding the #EP hashtag and seemed supportive of #europarl.
From the viewpoint of the European Union #EU is another hashtag which tends to drown.
We'll have to check later to see if there is going to be more of a #euco discussion on Twitter and blogs.
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