The public works tirelessly to flee to actual interactions between real people,...– Seth’s Blog: The first law of mass media
Dynamic Feed Control Wizard →
Google’s created a tool for embedding combined feeds into a single website. The “feeds expression” box feels a little too “I’m feeling lucky” for me.
A totally worthwhile 16 and a half minutes. I’ll be looking at the museum with an effort to find the mouse. Clay Shirky at Web 2.0 Expo SF 2008
Feed Your Reader! →
I really like the way that Ren separates his content and offers different feeds based on (in his case) various amounts of information. I think it would be nice to have a firehose feed for all things, a multimedia feed for just pictures and videos, individual blogging feeds, etc. Until our blog readers can accurately do this for us (the best example of this that I’ve seen is Facebook’s...
Blog Awards as Motivators
Every week I find probably a dozen new conversations happening online about the Museum. Those bloggers are like an army of citizen marketers. What if we rewarded the best blog entries with tickets to the Museum? Or coverage in our newsletter? Or a spot on our wall? Or our plasma screens? We could send out a badge for their blogs and promote their entry/photo/video in our virtual and physical...
The Heart Kids Blogathon - Dr.Mani →
Blog-a-thon as fundraiser, they’re also implementing a tweet-a-thon.
Tracking Conversations on the Web. →
I’m experimenting with delicious and six museum employees to see if I can develop a tagging system that will notify them of conversations on the web that reflect their areas of responsibility or personal interest. You’ll see on the right hand side of the page how I’m tagging things. I welcome suggestions.