Alice Robison, Xplane, New Media and Fascinating Conversation for a Thursday Afternoon

Dave Gray at Xplane, probably one of the most interesting people making their home here in the Gateway City began inviting me to his Thursday afternoon Visual Thing Schools after we met as they say on Facebook {semi}" randomly in the blogosphere." Visually, maybe it would look like this. I always want to go to… Continue reading Alice Robison, Xplane, New Media and Fascinating Conversation for a Thursday Afternoon

Bloghers Live Blog the Democratic Presidential Forum on PBS!

Blogher contributing editors Kim Pearson, Laurie White,Liz Sabater, and Birdie Jaworski are live blogging the Democratic Presidential Forum. Other bloggers of note:  Le Shawn Barber, ,and Andy Carvin. This is very exciting! Technorati Tags: Blogher, Kim Pearson, Laurie White, Birdie Jaworski, Andy Carvin, LeShawn Barber, Liz Sabater, Birdie Jaworski, Democratic Presidential Forum PBS

Facebook and MySpace Represent Different Not Divided

Like Robert Scoble, my own family seemed to confirm Danah Boyd’s recent observations regarding Facebook and MySpace. At a recent family get together I found myself discussing Facebook with my nephew. His sisters, who did not finish college use MySpace while he, a senior in college is on Facebook. When one of my nieces joined… Continue reading Facebook and MySpace Represent Different Not Divided

links for 2007-06-25

Jupiter: Social Networks Awash in Behavioral Data · MarketingVOX (tags: social networking, begavior targeting, brands, advertising ,social media, community) Cisco: Social Networks Are the Future of Media · MarketingVOX (tags: social media, networks, advertising community) 5 principles for Web 2.0 success – Jyri Engeström, Jaiku on social networking sites and social objects, London Geek Dinner… Continue reading links for 2007-06-25

The Blogstorm: If You Sell Your Soul How Much Should You Get For It?

The Microsoft/FM Publishing people ready campaign has inspired what is being called a blogstorm. Interestingly enough, after all the similar controversies, blogstorm does not have its own Wikipedia entry, only a re-direct to blog. Maybe it should re-direct to advertising, social media and disclosure, as well. So, we have media fragmentation and the demise of… Continue reading The Blogstorm: If You Sell Your Soul How Much Should You Get For It?

links for 2007-06-24

scottberkun.com » #54 – Writing Hacks, Part 1: Starting (tags: productivity, writing, getting_started)

links for 2007-06-23

Technobabble’s Top 50 analyst bloggers (tags: bloggers, influence, analysts, lists) Dealing with partial attention issues — Platform Agnostic (tags: attention , continuous partial) Continuous Partial Attention: Software & Solutions (tags: attention, continuous partial attention) Intro to Scrapbooking | ethmar.com (tags: scapbooking, social media)

The Latest Poll on Blogging Words and Things that Make you Wince Into the Night

Yahoo News reports that according to a recent poll conducted by YouGov that was commissioned by the LuLu Blooker Prize, the words folksonomy, blog and blogosphere are the top three words most likely to make one "wince, shudder or want to bang your head on the keyboard." OK, is your first question what is the… Continue reading The Latest Poll on Blogging Words and Things that Make you Wince Into the Night

links for 2007-06-22

Ypulse: Media for the Next Generation ” If you are not creating utility you are just crashing the party” (tags: CGM , social networking, utility, teens, yourth marketing, gen_y, marketing) instructables : Save $200 in 2 minutes and have the worlds best writing pen I was wondering what to do with those refills…. (tags: howto,… Continue reading links for 2007-06-22

links for 2007-06-21

Eide Neurolearning Blog: Voluntary Control of Attention – Visual and Auditory Multi-Tasking (tags: attention, neuroscience, brain) Hack Attack: 13 book hacks for the library crowd – Lifehacker (tags: hacks, library books, reading, education) Six Data Visualizations That Rock! » Occam’s Razor by Avinash Kaushik (tags: Visualization, graphics, design, metrics)