I happened to notice a few folks I follow on Twitter had posted sunrise photos today. Then the sun sent pink and gold rays into my own window, so I thought I’d join the chorus.
Then I got curious. Who else posted a sunrise photo today? How often do we do this? A Twitter friend [...]
Do you play on a number of different social networks, like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr? Do you like keeping those different worlds separate, or do you like to have them overlap? Have you experimented with bringing your different posts together in one place?
You can do that with services like About.me and [...]
I recently listened to Clay Shirky give a TED Talk championing my favorite view of social media: The idea that it’s a world-changing revolution and a profoundly good thing. Shirky, author and adjunct professor in New York University’s graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program, titled the talk, How social media can make history, and [...]
Viva la Revolution!
Granted, Twitter is noisy, overwhelming, confusing, and difficult to step into. It’s also incredibly vital, and potentially bottomless. I’m still experiencing regular epiphanies about business, collaboration, art and humanness. Half the fun is that I’m doing it together with others. It’s the biggest team effort I’ve ever seen.
Without further ado, here [...]
I’m now a 3-week-old Tweeter, and new enough to be having daily ah-ha’s (and woopses). I’ve followed, then un-followed some good folks whose messages were more than I could process. I’ve obsessed over replies and RTs, downloaded TweetDeck, and installed, uninstalled, and then reinstalled [...]
An empowered, engaged customer base is a sustainable customer base, as this impassioned Adweek article reminds us. And it’s more than just exceptional service that makes them loyal. Be inspired, and steer your enterprise this way.
Check out the beautiful page announcing the New York Times social network beta, MyTimes. It only displays if you haven’t already signed up, so I’ve placed a screenshot here:
I continue to admire this site for its super-clean handling of massive content. Just look at how much they manage [...]
Birth is personal, miraculous, mundane. Mothers and fathers have been profoundly transformed by the experience of having a child as far back as human beings can remember, and yet we accomplish it with no training or even forethought.
Now consider cliques, teams, buddies, clubs, tribes, neighborhoods and nations: Community [...]
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