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Charlotte Dawson, Cyberbullies and Social Media Pot and Kettle

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

But here’s the key point: Charlotte Dawson has made a career of slagging off all and sundry and using her broadcasting power to bully others, calling critics bogans and scrags (see Point 3 below). As executive producer, has Sarah tried to rein Charlotte in at all?

Good Charlotte Defends Their Community at Concert at The NorVa

Managing Communities

photo credit: 0uT$!d£r d£r Back in May, I wrote about a highly unfortunate experience that I had at a Diddy/Dirty Money concert at The NorVa, a concert hall in Norfolk, Virginia. A member of the tour’s security team was verbally and physically threatening toward me and a member of the venue’s security only made it worse. [.]. Interacting with Users Managing the Community

Good Charlotte Protects Their Community at Concert at The NorVa

Managing Communities

photo credit: 0uT$!d£r d£r Back in May, I wrote about a highly unfortunate experience that I had at a Diddy/Dirty Money concert at The NorVa, a concert hall in Norfolk, Virginia. A member of the tour’s security team was verbally and physically threatening toward me and a member of the venue’s security only made it worse. [.]. Interacting with Users Managing the Community

Travelling on Christmas Day

Chris Corrigan

This year, the weather was sunny and calm, about 8 degrees and the Queen Charlotte Channel between Bowen Island and Horseshoe Bay was like glass.

An update on social reporting, including support from BIG

Social Reporter

The biggest and most thoughtful bottom-up support for the idea, and a big contribution to its practice, has come from the Transition Network , where Charlotte Du Cann and Ed Mitchell are editing and producing a social reporting project. Charlotte was kind enough to quote me on social reporting, with a definition that Bev Trayner and I developed a couple of years back. Charlotte’s “welcome” post sets out the process, and you can read the emerging stories here.

Advice to Hillary; thankfully never sent #imwithher

Endless Knots

When she was still thinking about running (or at least that was the public position), her first grandchild, Charlotte, was born. But all of that was pre-Charlotte. But the data is incontrovertible: until you’ve done it, you don’t know jack—or Charlotte.

The Setup

Chris Corrigan

to the west I can see the Queen Charlotte Channel, the waterway that separates Bowen Island from West Vancouver. From time to time, I’ve made notes about my working set up, noticing that things change a lot over the years.

World Class Mobile Collaboration 2013 Conference - Germany (October 2013)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Rolling out the Next Generation Digital Workplace (Ulrika MacGregor and Charlotte Sperling, Stora Enso). In mid-October, there''s a conference in Germany about the intersection of mobile and collaboration.

Winter Olympics Day One

Chris Corrigan

The view from my home island, Bowen Island, looking across the Queen Charlotte Channel to Cypress Bowl, where the freestyle skiing events will be held during the Olympics.

Never mind the BMW, just give us the bridging capital

Neighbourhoods

Straight question about class and social provision from Charlotte Goddard over on the Children & Young People Now blog : I'd be interested to hear from children's centre workers - what do you think about middle class mums using your services?

Today is a sigh

Chris Corrigan

The water is so calm there isn’t even any swell in the Queen Charlotte Channel. Just in from an hour SUPping around Mannion Bay and Miller’s Landing. It is sunny and warm today – 5 degrees C – and there is not a breath of wind out.

Formalizing stories about community leadership

Learning Alliances

Charlotte Linde’s discussion about places and occasions for remembering and telling stories suggests to me that “experiments&# are a great umbrella to get the right stories out. Charlotte Linde, Working the Past; Narrative and Institutional Memory (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) [link]. I’m working with several meta-communities: communities of practice made up of people who are themselves supporting communities.

New ways of learning about the new Africa- an online interactive learning trajectory

Joitske Hulsebosch

An interactive online learning trajectory for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs A blogpost written in collaboration with Charlotte Staats, Sibrenne Wagenaar and Robert Dijksterhuis When you think about Africa do you think about lions , hunger , poverty and war ?

The varieties of winter on the west coast of Canada

Chris Corrigan

Calm and cold everywhere except in the Queen Charlotte Channel where a Squamish wind one mile storm force wind is blowing with freezing spray. Perhaps we need words for the seasons here on Bowen Island. ”Winter” isn’t exactly accurate. Since December 21 when Winter was supposed to have begun we have had the following kinds of days, among others: Cold and clear days with no wind. Snow that falls in some places but rains in others. Southeasterly winds with rain.

Milgram and Orwell's Love Child Works at Heathrow

Evolving Web

How long will you be in charlotte? ". " I woke up this morning in Malmö Sweden. I am coming off a quick set of trips to Cape Town and Malmö. Wonderful trips. A lot of flying, but both destinations were wonderfully worth it. I met amazing people, saw the disparate beauty of both cities, got some personal processing done, and even made a little money here and there. .

Transition gives us the best of ingredients for networking

Social Reporter

Here’s an interview from the conference with Charlotte Du Cann, who is also leading a social reporting project in the network.

Transitioning towards personal and community resilience

Social Reporter

When I arrived on Friday night I wasn’t too sure how to approach reporting … and so chatted that through with Ed and Charlotte Du Cann, who is leading a wider social reporting experiment across the network.

What it takes to detect absence or silence

Learning Alliances

I can’t resist asking whether you’ve bumped into Charlotte Linde, Working the Past; Narrative and Institutional Memory (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) [link] … a fellow-alum of the Institute for Research on Learning with Etienne.

Big Lottery, Media Trust and People Powered Change. Positively.

Social Reporter

The project will be co-ordinated by Charlotte Du Cann ( This Low Carbon Life editor) and Ed Mitchell ( Transition Network Web co-ordinator ). To launch the pilot Ed and Charlotte will be giving workshops on Social Media and Storytelling at the Transition Conference in July. Update : Caroline Diehl, chief executive of the Media Trust, has provided more detail about their approach in a comment to my earlier post.

A little history on the Computer History Museum (and MassNet, RIP)

Endless Knots

A comment today on another post by Harry Stevens prompts this post. Harry asks whether I've ever visited The Computer Museum in Boston and if so whether they would be interested in the donation of a server with his ground-breaking software, Participate, on it. Long before most reading here were even thinking about email (or for that matter computers), Harry Stevens had developed Participate, computer conferencing software described below.

End of project report for Transition Network web project

Platform Neutral

Picture: Charlotte (Stories editor) and Mike (Newsletter editor) at the 2011 Transition Network conference). This is as brief as possible a report on the Transition Network web project, specifically funded by Tudor Trust with £50,000 in 2008.

Working the past

Learning Alliances

A key story in Charlotte Linde ’s Working the Past; Narrative and Institutional Memory (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) is about an insurance company that was having trouble getting its agents to sell certain policies. The company’s management wanted to know whether the problem was a learning problem (e.g., so you’d “solve it&# by having the training department ramp it up) or a motivation problem (e.g.,

Green Chameleon » 23 Things

Green Chameleon

This freely available programme was devised by the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County to help their librarians see the potential of Web 2.0 www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about 23 Things Tired of hearing all the propaganda about Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and (most recently) KM 2.0, and unsure what exactly people are talking about? 23 Things refers to a programme of (23!)

Green Chameleon » Universities and KM Practice

Green Chameleon

In the second ICKM conference which was hosted by the American Society for Information Science in Charlotte North Carolina, we adopted a dual format that allowed practitioners who do not have to write reserach papers to submit abstracts and do a Powerpoint presentations. The success of ICKM2005 in Charlotte was repeated in ICKM2006 in Greenwich, London.

Dell – The Future of E-tailing is Social Commerce | Social Commerce Today

Online Community Strategy

Wed, 24 Mar 2010 | By Charlotte McEleny. Today, Dell outlined the future of it’s e-tail strategy – social commerce. In an interview with New Media Age (subscription wall, but archived below) Manish Mehta, global VP of online at Dell, said Dell planned to roll out social shopping tools on its site in 2011, allowing people to shop together in real time on Dell’s e-commerce site.

Another Example Of Facebook Integration

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

The Port Charlotte Voice , a New York Times Regional newspaper, is the first customer to implement the Awareness Facebook Application Framework, allowing the newspaper to present a variety of headlines, user-generated content and more from its online Awareness-powered social media community directly into Facebook.

Links of the Month: January 28, 2014

How to Save the World

Fellow Transitioner and Dark Mountaineer Charlotte Du Cann explores why: Have we run out of things to say about collapse, until it becomes more obvious?

The FASTForward Blog » Awareness Makes a Smart Move with Its Facebook Integration: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Eric offered an example of an Awareness powered Facebook community run by The Port Charlotte Voice , a New York Times Regional newspaper. You can see the Port Charlotte Voice Facebook application with the link in this sentence. Awareness Makes a Smart Move with Its Facebook Integration by Bill Ives May 5, 2008 at 7:12 am · Filed under Enterprise 2.0 Last week I had an interesting conversation with Eric Schurr, VP of Marketing and Direct sales at Awareness.

Links of the Month: July 24, 2012

How to Save the World

In a recent blog post British Transitioner Charlotte Du Cann says it perfectly : I kept hearing the word [Community]. Multiple-exposure image by Christoffer Relander. Thanks to Dave Riddell for the link. L ately I have been thinking about moving.

Instant Communities: List of companies that provide Web Collaboration Suites or Platforms

John Tropea - Delicious Community