What Makes a Tweet Popular?
Portals and KM
JUNE 11, 2012
It reported on research by a team of investigators at Indiana University researchers Lillian Weng, Alessando Flammini, Alessando Vespignani, and Filippo Menczer who recently published the paper, Competition Among Memes in a World With Limited Attention. I learned through my Twitter friend @eric_andersen, about an interesting article from the Atlantic, What Fuels the Most Influential Tweets? By Jared Keller.
Self-direction can be learned
APRIL 26, 2011
T his morning I addressed Dr Curt Bonk ‘s class at the School of Education at Indiana University. Last year Curt published an important book on how web technologies are changing education and learning – The World is Open - in which he included reference to my work at ChinesePod. .
The Business Value of Stories
Portals and KM
APRIL 18, 2012
Bloomington: University of Indiana Press. “Sometime reality is too complex. Fiction gives it form.” Jean Luc Godard. Sitting on a Greek island, I am reminded of how historically, stories have played a key role in transferring knowledge; the epic poems and ancient parables are evidence of this ageless capability. Before text was invented, stories were the main form of knowledge recording and sharing, as the conditions for the preservation of ideas were mnemonic (Havelock, 1976).
5 eLearning video resources to watch this summer
JULY 27, 2011
Another series of videos about online teaching and learning, this time courtesy of Curt Bonk at the University of Indiana. Summer is here. The skies are blue in Barcelona, and a lighter shade of grey in the UK.
Are You a Happy Tweeter or a Gloomy One?
Portals and KM
MARCH 31, 2011
Psychologist Johan Bollen of the University of Indiana and colleagues tracked 102,000 Twitter users over six months, analyzing the 140-character-or-less text from 129 million of their tweets with standard techniques from psychology. There was an interesting article in the New Scientist, Happier people tweet together.
John Tropea - Delicious Network
MARCH 3, 2009
June Holley Innovation, Collaboration and Networks Networkweaving Home June Holley Jack Ricchiuto Valdis Krebs Send June an email. Read and comment on our blog. June Holley Network Weaver "Networks are a field of potential for action" June has been weaving economic and community networks for almost 20 years. Back then, she discovered complexity science and became intrigued with the phenomenon of transformation. How could communities change in ways that would make them good places for everyone?
10 Things About Social Media Marketing You Can Learn From Barack Obama
Web Community Forum
NOVEMBER 13, 2008
He understood that in today’s media culture, anything he said in Indiana would be compared to anything he said in Oregon, and he’d do better by just being honest about his policies and opinions than by trying to tailor them too much to the individual towns. L et’s face it, the Obama Presidential campaign was one of the most successful social media marketing efforts in the history of the internet.