1:42 - 7:06 Religion 2.0...it's happening folks. Even the pope is on facebook. So here's a story of a Jewish outreach group in Toronto...Aish in the Annex. Joel Tiller caught up with on of the teachers at Aish to find out how they're taking outreach all the way to 2.0.
7:18 - 16:32 The pitter patter of little tweets is coming from the finance department. This has some people wondering how the federal budget can be communicated in 140 characters or less. Anna Delaney investigates.
16:44 - 24:18 Next a story about geeks who have met online in the world of 2.0.and are now taking the next step. Meeting for the first time in person. Face to face. And their favourite subject to talk about? Well, it's the reason they call themselves geeks. It's their love for....social media.
24:19 - 26:40 More than one billion tweets are...well tweeted a month. With millions of tweets happening everyday day...there's a lot of wacky stuff out there. So all of us on Decoder got together to share some of our favourites.
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