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List of 8 Social Media Anti Advertising Ads

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

click to see the secret anti ad. Consumers Make (Parody) Ads Too. What happens when the consumer fights back against the advertiser (using social media channels)? Now that the customer has access to most of the same channels as companies, what happens when they decide to create anti-ads?

Place is a Tag: How Your Phone Should Work

Alchemy of Change

Get ready for the geo-tag - and a revolution in the way you use your phone to search the places around you! Contextual Computing Local Android crowd-source del.icio.us Diigo geo-tag geoloqi Google Google Maps GPS iPhone local meridian search semantic Wikipedia Windows Phone

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Want to Trust Your Employees? Give Them All Unlimited Vacation Days

Elsua

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Enterprise Social Software Will be Pervasive by 2016 - Perhaps

Portals and KM

The Forrester report, Social Enterprise Apps Redefine Collaboration , predicts that enterprise social software twill become a $6.4 Billion market in 2016. Juan Carlos Perez provides a nice summary of the Forrester report.  He notes that according to Forrester, will grow strongly in the coming years, surpassing the demand for more traditional communications and collaboration products, The latter point is an interesting one. 

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Social Architecture (a manifesto) | Management Innovation eXchange

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Management Innovation eXchange. Its time to reinvent management. You can help. Search. Connect Log In. Management Innovation eXchange. Stories. Hacks. Barriers. M-Prize. Moonshots. Mavericks. MIX TV. About the MIX. Home › Hacks. Hack: Social Architecture (a manifesto). by Luc Galoppin - COO.

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For Opelousas/Lafayette LA Tourist Information: St. Landry Parish Visitor Information Center

Portals and KM

I have always enjoyed both cajun and zydeco music and the food that originates from the same Southwest Louisiana area but had never been there and have long wanted to go. On

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Core Principles for the New Economy: Human Agency & Enlightened Self-Interest « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Skip to content. emergent by design. future of facebook project. future of money project. support. who’s the architect? Core Principles for the New Economy: Human Agency & Enlightened Self-Interest. January 10, 2012. tags: agency , culture , ethics , new economy , philosophy.

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2011: An Ant’s Eye Year in Review

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Adventure is worthwhile in itself. – Amelia Earhart. As we reflect on an amazing 2011, we’re incredibly excited about the adventures ahead for Ant’s Eye View, and for our clients. Our thought is that by continuing to be customer- and talent-focused, we can become trusted, strategic advisers to our clients. As 2011 began, we started to advise our clients along the Social Engagement Journey and guiding companies as they transform their business through social customer engagement.

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In The Next Version - Enterprise Collaboration Vendors I’m Currently Tracking

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

In The Next Version. Alan Lepofskys blog about technology, travel and the occasional golf post. About. Enterprise Collaboration Vendors I’m Currently Tracking. January 7 2012 01:30:27 PM. Add/Read Comments [5]. The following lists are sorted alphabetically, not by my ranking. Several could be placed in more than one column. Not all are publically available yet.

Looking Deeper into Getting Social Business Right

Portals and KM

Yesterday I offered some high level requirements for making enterprise social business work. In summary you have to integrate the new social tools with work processes and the traditional apps that support these process (see also - Integrating the Interactions with the Transactions and Maybe Enterprise 2.0 Is About the Technology ). I am looking forward to the sessions and conversations about the next moves in social busienss at Lotusphere 2102 next week. 

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Beyond Big Society towards Big Competent Citizens

Social Reporter

I’ve been reading the latest RSA contribution to the contentious Big Society discussion … or what used to be a lively discussion since it has rather died down in the past few months ( earlier posts here ). Government has carried on with BS policies like localism , but toned down calls for citizens to do more for each other.

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Educating the under-privileged

Jenny Connected

Last week, I was privileged to visit the Kuttu Kalai Kudam or Centre of Performing Arts in Punjarasantankal Village, eight kilometers from Kanchipurum town in the southernmost Indian State of Tamil Nadu. This small school was founded in 1990 by P. Rajagopal and his Dutch wife, Dr. Hanne M. de Bruin. It is an inspirational place to visit. It is a not-for-profit organization which relies entirely on donations, grants and fund-raising for its existence.

BlueIQ at IBM Finally Goes External!

Elsua

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TIBCO Spotfire: Self-Service Enterprise Data Analysis with a Social Capabilities

Portals and KM

TIBCO Spotfire puts data analytics capabilities directly into the hands of the average business by bringing data discovery to a broader audience. I recently spoke with Lou Bajuk-Yorgan about their Spotfire 4.0 release.

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12 Big Trends in Nonprofit Technology for 2012

Influence

New years invite new prognostication. In this post, 12 of our staff experts make predictions about what will gain momentum, inspire, or catch fire in 2012. Have better ideas? Tweet @ForumOne using the hashtag #12in2012. New years invite new prognostication.

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Educating the under-privileged

Jenny Connected

Last week, I was privileged to visit the Kuttu Kalai Kudam or Centre of Performing Arts in Punjarasantankal Village, eight kilometers from Kanchipurum town in the southernmost Indian State of Tamil Nadu. This small school was founded in 1990 by P. Rajagopal and his Dutch wife, Dr. Hanne M. de Bruin. It is an inspirational place to visit. It is a not-for-profit organization which relies entirely on donations, grants and fund-raising for its existence.

@Janetter or How I Started to Enjoy Twitter Once Again

Elsua

There used to be a time when I was very much in love with Twitter. It was my favourite social networking tool by far. It was quite an exhilarating experience being constantly exposed to some of the most amazing conversations and informal learning at its best. To me, it was *the* place to provoke plenty of facilitated serendipity to take place and keep in the know with all of that stuff one gets passionate about over the course of time. But then, after a short while, I started hating Twitter.

You Have the Right to Defend Your Stream

Managing Communities

photo credit: Gord Bell If you are like me, you have many different social streams of information that you pay attention to. These streams usually contain information from people that you have subscribed to in some way, whether you call it friending, following or something else. When we interact via platforms that have some sort [.]. How Should I Participate? Managing the Community

Lessons Lost

Chris Collison

Image accredited with thanks to Paul Sapiano on Flickr. Following on from my last post comparing operational effectiveness with knowledge effectiveness, I’m reminded of the “Choke Model” from my BP days. The choke model was a way of modelling production losses at every stage in the process, for example during the refining of crude oil to produce the raw materials and refined products which customers want to buy.

Balancing technology and pedagogy in learning music online

Jenny Connected

Last week I was contacted by a past student – David Rees. Any teacher will know what a thrill it is to be remembered by a past student. In the intervening years, since I taught him, David has graduated from Cambridge University and now works at the Royal College of Music. His interest is in music and technology. As such, inspired by the Khan Academy , David has been working on developing an open site designed to enable people from any walk of life to learn about music for free.

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Sustainability Networks for Stability, Durability, Resilience and Robustness

Networking Action

Lack of sustainability is, to a significant degree, the product of governance – our decision-making processes and structures favor non-sustainable outcomes. What does “sustainability governance” look like? The book Dynamic Sustainabilities (DS) has expanded my thinking about this. … Net Dev complexity governance resilience

Leveraging Your Development of a Community for an Industry Job

Managing Communities

photo credit: carterse I received an email from a reader who has managed a good sized community for a number of years. It is the largest within it’s focused niche, growing to host meetups not only online, but also in person. This reader will remain anonymous because although he wrote me to suggest that I [.]. Managing the Community

SEC Climate Change Disclosure 10-k Race Opens 2012

21st Century Organization

It’s ironic that the SEC’s 2010 interpretation of a previous Climate Change 10-k Disclosure ruling of the material impacts to a business is equivalent to a 10k foot race. One thinks the race winner is to be a sustainability leader, but businesses, investors, Wall Street, and legal counsel see risk as well as opportunity. It’s a complex race in 2012 for public companies.

Balancing technology and pedagogy in learning music online

Jenny Connected

Last week I was contacted by a past student – David Rees. Any teacher will know what a thrill it is to be remembered by a past student. In the intervening years, since I taught him, David has graduated from Cambridge University and now works at the Royal College of Music. His interest is in music and technology. As such, inspired by the Khan Academy , David has been working on developing an open site designed to enable people from any walk of life to learn about music for free.

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Sins and livers

Endless Knots

Further to "gotta help my son with his homicide," I could have used some of that autocorrect tonight. Scene: Book club Situation: Choosing next book Suggestion quickly accepted by the group, and which ended up on my calendar as: DH. Books Fiction Book Club

First Blog Review of Collaboration Roadmap

Michael Sampson - Currents

Antoine from GSX , makers of server monitoring software for messaging, mobile, and collaboration systems, has just posted the first review of my new book : " More than often, we get asked questions about collaboration strategies, choices of technologies and best practices. This could feel unusual as our business is platform-agnostic and we are modest providers of complementary technology more than experts on end-users projects.

Coining the right term

Joitske Hulsebosch

I used the Tedtalk of Joris Luyendijk 'Share your learning curve' (also here on my blog) for my work with a team in higher education. They are learning about 'facilitation of value chains', networking, reading and interviewing.

4th Networked Learning Hot Seat is underway

Jenny Connected

This year’s fourth Hot Seat discussion in the area of networked learning (in preparation for the 2012 conference ) runs from January 9-13. Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld , Vivien Hodgson , and David McConnell are facilitating a week-long asynchronous discussion, Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning. The Hot Seat discussion has 3 parts: History of Networked Learning in the UK and underpinning values (this thread has, so far, attracted the most discussion).

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Extremely connected and incredibly creative

Endless Knots

Thanks to Robin Chase, the extremely insightful founder of Buzzcar (and cofounder of Zipcar), whom I got to know when we both participated in Springboard, please enjoy this metaphor of how one thing can lead to another in the hands. 90% people, 10% technology Art Technology

Great Louisiana Radio for Zydeco, Blues, and Cajun Available Online

Portals and KM

Here are some excellent radio shows that are also available online. Yesterday I wrote about my experiences with Herman Fuselier and the St. Landry Parish Visitor Center. Herman also has several radio shows that cover zydeco music and more at NPS station KRVS.

The Global Compact: An Organizational Innovation to Realize UN Principles

Networking Action

The Global Compact: An Organizational Innovation to Realize UN Principles. Global Compact Governance Paper Series. Published Articles

4th Networked Learning Hot Seat is underway

Jenny Connected

This year’s fourth Hot Seat discussion in the area of networked learning (in preparation for the 2012 conference ) runs from January 9-13. Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld , Vivien Hodgson , and David McConnell are facilitating a week-long asynchronous discussion, Exploring the Theory, Pedagogy and Practice of Networked Learning. The Hot Seat discussion has 3 parts: History of Networked Learning in the UK and underpinning values (this thread has, so far, attracted the most discussion).

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Kapow Software - A New Approach to Application Development

Michael Sampson - Currents

When building applications that integrate data from multiple systems, Kapow Software offers an alternative to manual coding or relying on poorly-implemented APIs : " In my books and workshops on collaboration, I talk about the technology being "at most 10% of the equation" when it comes to success.

My Favorite Tweets for January 1 - 12 2012

Portals and KM

Here is another in a series of posts that provide access to my favorite tweets that contain links to useful information.    Some of these I did to link to things I found useful and others are RTs that I want to save for the same reason. Since Twitter archiving is an oxymoron, I am now going to post my favorite links for the month so they can be easily accessed later. I spot tested the reduced shortened urls and they all should work. I hope this is also useful for you.