Some argue that it’s purposeful — they’d rather meet than tweet — and their preference is face-to-face interaction. But some lobbyists and lobbying firms may avoid social media because they are unfamiliar, fear the unknown, and don’t have time to learn to do it right.
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So some lobbyists are shocked these days to walk into congressional offices and find staffers communicating not by phone but through Facebook. They’re surprised to witness members of Congress transfixed by their iPhones while updating their Twitter feeds. They’re puzzled to hear government officials suggest “meeting” by Google-chat.
Today, I’m offering a Follow Friday list of politicians, reporters, policy groups, and other interesting people that will keep you in the loop with all the action at the Oklahoma State Capitol during the annual legislative session.