Twitter's Golden Egg

Alchemy of Change

Committing to Tweet Think about it. Twitter has millions and millions of vocal writer-types tweeting over 90 million tweets a day! The serious ones, with the biggest soap boxes, have invested thousands of hours building their tweets and followings on Twitter.

The Bank of Facebook

Alchemy of Change

It would be an awesome idea for Facebook to flip traditional funding models on their head and go directly to its user base for micro-finance-based funding. The “third-order&# engagement that makes this possible is what defines the underlying value of the Facebook business model. Third-order engagement flips traditional business models on their head, by blurring the role of employees, partners and customers. Tweet. Democracy Engagement Innovation Mission Network

The Divine Right of Capital: A Little Rebellion

Alchemy of Change

CEOs : pioneer true models of economic democracy, rewriting corporate bylaws, testing state statutes to protect stakeholders rather than buckling to takeover raiders. We need new organizations to step forward in the cause for economic democracy. Tweet.

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The Divine Right of Capital: Waking Up

Alchemy of Change

We have an old model of the corporation that equates it with a tangible object like a railroad or factory. Today corporations are far less tangible, though our models remain tied to the old view of them as physical property. Tweet.

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Links and Tweets of the Week: September 12, 2009

How to Save the World

BLOG Links and Tweets of the Week: September 12, 2009. This is not an easy book for novices, but it is an essential component of any new community-based economic model, so it's must reading. On the Dangers of Wealth Concentration: From former US Justice Louis Brandeis, a century ago (thanks to Thomas Greco for the link): We can have democracy in this country, or we can have great wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can't have both.

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Communities and Networks Connections – Top Posts Late July

Nancy White

24 Tweets. These were the followers who presumably didn’t appreciate being spammed with 113 tweets in the space of a few hours, exhorting them to tweet-lobby (twobby?) 12 Tweets. 7 Tweets. 33 Tweets. 51 Tweets. 11 Tweets. 8 Tweets.

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Developing a Lobbi kit for local agents of change

Social Reporter

Those change agents might be councillors, community organisers, people running local groups, citizens running a campaign and/or generally working to revive local democracy. You need a theory of change, and models for how stuff happens.

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Tip to NESTA on hyperlocal research: go camping

Social Reporter

I think it was more than a tribute to their skills: it included an acknowledgement that the open style modelled by ukgovcamps had helped the way that innovation processes work best in the public sphere.

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Twitter is Not a Social Network

Alchemy of Change

If you’re like most people, you already know that Twitter is more of a passive experience and that Tweets are something you read rather than post. Share Tweet Amazon , eBay , Facebook , Google , social netowrks , social network utility , Twitter Share this post!

The Information Needs of Communities

Alchemy of Change

As technology offered consumers new choices, it upended traditional news industry business models, resulting in massive job losses—including roughly 13,400 newspaper newsroom positions in just the past four years.

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Are You Tapping “Third-Order” Engagement?

Alchemy of Change

Imagine what might happen if you reinvented yours… Share Tweet affiliate marketing , Amazon , AppExchange , CDNOW , CRM , eBay , Facebook , Gallup , Groundwire , network marketing , Salesforce , Social Venture Partners , Twitter Share this post! Gideon Rosenblatt Follow me on Twitter RSS Feeds Home About Movement as Network « Climate Skeptic Monument Are You Tapping “Third-Order&# Engagement? Third-order engagement is the cutting edge of business strategy.

Localgovcamp enlightens cultivating the digital garden

Social Reporter

If we want to use social media to improve public services and local democracy, build social capital, and tackle every other known social ill, innovatively (of course) in the face of spending cuts (inevitably) then there isn’t one big idea and intervention that will work. I started to pull together other blog items, tweets and videos, but Dave and friends are doing it very well here. Last Saturday’s Localgovcamp in Birmingham provided me with a blindingly-obvious insight.

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The “Local Tail” Exposes What's Hidden Right Next to Us

Alchemy of Change

The core idea here is that the Internet changes many of the hit-driven business models we’ve come to take for granted. Share Tweet local , Long Tail Share this post!

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KMers – Let Go of Control: Encourage and Monitor


KMers 4:25 pm swanwick: @elsua recently tweeted that he was working on updating IBM social media guidelines [link] #KMers 4:25 pm kcbower: @ithorpe Can you broaden your thought re: contextualizing them, please?

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An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

It seems like the wealth of the entire nation is being funneled right to a couple thousand fortunate people, and all of us are still working pretty damn hard to make ends meet, yet ultimately supporting that model. And help is anything from lending your neighbor a hammer, to making a referral to help someone maybe land a job, to emailing or tweeting a link online to information you think someone might find useful.) See what those people are tweeting about and who they retweet.

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Networks and The Myth of Flattening Organizations

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Special thanks to Jon Husband of Wirearchy , who not only confirmed that he has a revolutionary agenda behind his networked models of organizing but who also sent me some of his own work on the subject. They create more democracy, more autonomy and more decision-making power for employees.

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Why is Community So Hard? « how to save the world

John Tropea - Delicious Community

His answer to this question is that we will create workable, sustainable communitarian models when we have no other choice, when the only life we know has ceased to be. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays.

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Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

The Beginnings of a Competency-Model Foundation Social Network Analysis Case Studies (Valdis Krebs) What makes an effective knowledge worker? i think that as new economic models are put into place that support social production, this idea will take off at a larger societal level. i mean… look at all the stuff we do online all the time: blogging, tweeting, sharing, etc etc… WHY are we doing it?

At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration > Trust Matters

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Taylor on Trust Quotes #7: David Maister Julian Summerhayes on April Carnival of Trust is Up Sandy Styer on At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration Ron Kraybill, PhD on At the Corner of Assertiveness & Cooperation: Collaboration Trusted Tweets Mark Slatin : Currently Browsing: [link] via @CharlesHGreen Wally Bock : Kudos to @CharlesHGreen for posting one of my top five business blog posts this week. Tweet this post!

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