I have just had my first book, Facilitating Access to the Web of Data: a guide for librarians, published by Facet Publishing, and I'm currently collaborating on a second work, From Web 2.0 to Semantic Search and Social Media: Experiences of the pharmaceutical industry.
I regularly write for a wide range of publications, from professional and academic journals to ghost-written content for professional blog sites. My writing covers a wide range of topics - library and information science, social media, and the web of data. Professional journals I have written for include The Social Media Monthly, Research Information, Online, JISC Inform, and VIP.
I am currently a researcher at the Centre for E-Research, King's College London, and my research interests are in the areas of library and information management, webometrics, social media, and the semantic web.
I have consulted for individuals and organisations of various sizes. From providing the European Commission with an overview of different research areas on the web, to helping a Member of Parliament engage more effectively with his constituents. The majority of my consultancy work, however, has been focused on helping various businesses embrace social media for the promotion of their products and services
I am currently also a member of the RIN Consultative Group for Librarianship and Information Science.