The amount of time it would take for the community to self-regulate — I...– An easy and enlightening read… Nasty as they wanna be? Policing Flickr.com
Other than that, all’s fair in love and blogging.– Explanation of what contributions get deleted on the TSA blog and why. Evolution of Security: Welcome to the Delete-O-Meter
Fashionable means worth talking about.– Seth Godin on marketing for non-profits.
Invoking “generations” demands an exclusive focus on people of...– Generational Myth - ChronicleReview.com
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An alternative to simply recommending books on our website.
In other <community name> news, I got a <community name> car magnet...
Based on Nina Simon’s recommendation, I’m trying out VoiceThread, a media sharing service that encourages commenting in a host of ways. Please visit, take a look at my video if you haven’t already and click the little icons on the bottom right to see images of the analytics and sites I mentioned. Please comment with questions/remarks. VoiceThread - Group conversations around...
What worries me are the consequences of a diet comprised mostly of...– kung fu grippe - Better
This is my first video recording on the results of my web experimentation at the Museum. It’s about our web hits and misses w/respect to a very popular event we held last weekend. Skip to the dots in the timeline above to see specific reports on Flickr, eBay, Twitter and Facebook. See the video on Viddler
And when someone says, “Hey, we need a subgroup, and I care so much I want to...– This is what happened with our Flickr group. Social media isn’t enough « Content Ninja’s Weblog
Is it worth doing? What was my impact? Will it matter in the long haul? What...– Seth’s Blog: [remembering]
Do our fans and, by extension, do our visitors create the identities of our...– In a word: yes. Museum Audience Insight: Brand Recovery in the Social Networking Era
gary vaynerchuk on PHCC What it takes to succeed in 2.0: Patience, Hustle, Content, Community.
Getting People to Talk: An Ethnography & Interviewing Primer on Vimeo (via Vimeo) is a fairly lengthy (33mins) video primer about user research and ethnography, specifically in terms of the interview. It centers around different approaches to understanding “Why people buy brand name jeans.” The sound is pretty brutal, you have been warned. Here are some of my notes: When...
RSS Mixer →
A new toy to acheive what I was talking about here.
I am charting abandoned territory, noting the relative locations of...– This is an excellent article about the web designer not as an information architect, but as an information cartographer. A List Apart: Articles: Mapping Memory: Web Designer as Information Cartographer
If you’re waiting for someone to provide that magic bean, then put away your...– A short and sweet look at some approaches for measuring social media impact. How to Measure Social Media ROI for Business
But this is what Pampers does. They want to be the very best for your baby.– More on the Take Your Customer To Work (TYCTW) idea. I want to invite members in with the focused goal of improving their experience… could be general (a tour) or very specific (exhibit prototype, taste test at the cafe, etc.) Invites as New Marketing « her Nature his Nurture
HowSociable? - Brand Visibility Metrics →
I am considering using a service like Iterasi just for pages like this that will change over time.
I want this redesign process to be as democratic as possible, and want to reward...– I like how Mark invites readers to help shape the next version of his site… makes me think of similar ways we can speak to our membership. Dear Readers: What Do You Want? | Mark’s Daily Apple