Japan’s Tsunami is Gods Way of Teaching A Lesson – Social Media Fraud

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

If someone puts up a video on the social network YouTube saying that God is Good and teaching Japan not to be heathens by sending them an earthquake for Lent do you think: oh that’s so right! Online Communities social media social networks crowdpranking crowdpunkd God Identity Japan online community social network TamTamPamela truth Tsunami youtube

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A thousand million trillion cranes

Endless Knots

We all feel the same, heart-sick, heart-broken, heart-aching for the people of Japan. In Japan, when others are ill, people fold cranes.   Japan

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A little bit of Japan in Brooklyn

Endless Knots

We know a tree or two grows in Brooklyn but who knew that Brooklyn was the home of the first Japanese garden planted in a public garden in the U.S?

How to fold a crane via Blarneycrone

Endless Knots

JapanMy friend Liz at Blarneycrone picked up on my post and made it much better with a link to instructions for folding said cranes. Also a terrific picture, which I reposting (or, how do you say, stealing) here. And if you learn better by video, click this youtube link and take your pick.

Social Media and Ad:Tech Tokyo

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Event Online Communities social media social networks adtech Japan online communityI spoke on how Japanese companies were doing in social media overseas.

Social Networking Gets Serious – #prayforjapan


Well, if there is anything the recent tragic events happening in Japan have proved, with both the earthquake and the follow-up tsunami and over the last couple of days the nuclear threat , is that realistic fact, now more than ever!,

New Addition to the Ant’s Eye View Silicon Valley Leadership Team: Todd Shimizu

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Todd has traveled extensively around the world, including a two-year stay in Japan as part of the JET Program. The Silicon Valley has always been known for innovation and forward thinking. At Ant’s Eye View, we see this every day as we work with our clients in the Bay Area.

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Radical Management – A Different Kind of CEO


During the course of yesterday, my good friend, the always insightful Ana Silva was wondering, over in Twitter , and in her own blog, too!, under the heading “ The Cluetrain Manifesto on art, work and life “, about potential new books to read during the summer vacation.

Painting of Louisiana Satsumas

Portals and KM

Here is a 24" square painting of  satsumas , a Louisiana orange that originated in Japan. It is part of a series on close ups of fruits and yegetables in the 24" format.

Organising Knowledge » Taxonomy Viewer

Green Chameleon

www.straitsknowledge.com blog articles how-to guides events publications book videos about Taxonomy Viewer From the National Institute of Genetics, Japan, comes this stunning taxonomy viewer covering the so called “tree of life&# – the taxonomy of known cellular organisms.

Why aren’t Australian politicians meeting CEOs of Facebook Twitter etc? #auspol

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Dick Costolo (Twitter CEO) also met with the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe in March to talk through the election. In Bed, Much? I understand courting Rupert Murdoch. Doesn’t do anything for us the voters, but might help pollies campaigns.

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The Power Five: Better Decisions through Strategic Questions

Partnering Resources

Several years ago, I worked with a company that was seeking to expand its footprint in Japan. People are always looking for their magic wand: a miraculous tool that will immediately and painlessly improve the problem at hand. I haven’t found a magic wand yet.

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BroadVision Offers a “Social Business Cloud” Through its Enterprise 2.0 Platform - Clearvale

Portals and KM

One of the initial clients for this service is Softbank Telecom in Japan, which will provide integrated email, IM and voice through this capability. Since its inception in 1993, at the start of the first wave of internet-based businesses, BroadVision has gone through a series of transitions.

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Chocolate Guinness Cake and Disaster Relief Donations

Nancy White

Just a small echo to the culture of love as people respond to the earthquake in Japan. If you like the cake, the idea, the beer – whatever – donate to help the good folks of Japan who are suffering so much from the earthquake, Tsunami and nuclear challenges.

Why as an L&D professional you should even be interested in artificial intelligence

Joitske Hulsebosch

Another application shared: At a factory in Japan, a robot runs around (powered by AI) that connects with employees and coaches workers, for example, to take a break.

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Conference: Public Sector Web 3.0 and Future of Social Media Government

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Then I disappear to Japan for a few days to speak at ad:tech in Tokyo. Government 2.0 is such a hot topic. I’m speaking in Canberra next week - a workshop on social media and government one day and presentation on online communities and voters/constituents the next. Come along if you are interested – I think you can book from IBRC.com.au. Public Sector web 3.0 and Future of Social Media eGov.

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Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Work Trends 2021 Panel

Portals and KM

For example, in Japan and China people find it hard to say no directly so they have polite and indirect ways of saying this. This is another in a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2011. I am very pleased to be back after ten years.

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Why Your Innovation Contest Won’t Work - Tim Kastelle - Harvard Business Review

John Tropea - Delicious Community

HBR Japan. HBR Global Editions. Harvard Business Publishing: For Educators. |. For Corporate Buyers. |. Visit Harvard Business School. HBR Brazil. HBR China. HBR Germany. HBR Israel. HBR Italy. HBR Poland. HBR Russia. HBR South Asia. HBR Taiwan. HBR Turkey. Follow HBR: Twitter. FaceBook.

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What Facebook Does to Kids' Brains - Technology - The Atlantic Wire

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Business Bachmann Was Not Blinded by a Lighting Test Technology It's Hard to Tell What Kind of Company Facebook Wants to Be Global Sales of Nightsticks Soar 7,000% on Amazon U.K.

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Social Media Flies Past Email and Search for Web Usage

Portals and KM

Ross also lists the top countries in social media and blog usage: Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, U.K., I can remember when Email and Search were the top two in Web usage (aside from porn). Of course, I can remember when there was no Web. Times have changed. Ross Dawson recently shared (on his blog) a new Nielsen report with detailed statistics on online activity that I learned about from his Twitter feed. 

eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

e-Moderation Station

A British teaching colleague who recently moved to Japan uses a Japanese/English dictionary on his iPhone to check any new words he comes across while walking around Tokyo. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook. Add this to Google Reader.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Kevin Camerons recent photo of snow in Japan. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. February 9, 2008 Saturday Links of the Week -- February 9, 2008 and you thought you had a lot of snow. Love Conversation Community What Do We Want From Love?:

5 Cool things I learned about in 2013

e-Moderation Station

As in many things strange and technological, Japan is well ahead of the game, and Hatsune has been around since 2007. Photo by Creativity103. Of course I learned a lot more than five things in 2013, but here are five that I especially like: 1 The quantified self movement.

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Academic BEtreat (#betreat12) pre-conference call

Jenny Connected

Juggling time zones is going to going to be a challenge for the synchronous meetings – since participants are from the US, Europe and Japan. The Academic BEtreat is underway. We have had our first conference call, to prepare for next week. Screenshot from the Pre-Conference Call.

Paywall for News.com and Online Community Social Media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

So if you are advertising your cars, do you want to put the ad next to an article that says “ Car production in Japan drops due to Tsunami ” article or do you want to put it in front of your target demographic – maybe men 22-29 years old, who like sport and live in Burwood ?

Reclaiming Work

Michael Sampson - Currents

We have every kind of talent the world has to offer, while other countries such as China, India and Japan have very homogenous cultures so everyone basically brings the same talent to the table.”. I receive many story pitches every day, and ignore most of them as being irrelevant. This one stood out today.

Mobile learning #9: A Dummies Guide to QR codes

e-Moderation Station

Of course if you live in Japan, you probably have QR codes for breakfast. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook. Add this to Google Reader. Email this to a friend? Wondering what the attractive geometric design on the left is?

Twelve Plus Reasons Why I Love New Orleans: Part One

Portals and KM

Ed added a wonderful harmonica player from Japan, along a new bass player, his usual keyboardist and drummer.  In July we came back to New Orleans for eight nights after an extended road trip to the way too hot Northeast.

The Art of Community Now Available For Free Download | Art Of Community Online

John Tropea - Delicious Community

The book is available to buy on all the major Amazon sites: Canada France Germany Japan United States United Kingdom Even if you don’t buy it, I would be hugely grateful that if you like it, please go and review it on Amazon.

Opening General Session at Social Connections V (Zurich)

Michael Sampson - Currents

185 registered participants from 19 countries, including Japan, Australia, and more. - Stuart McIntrye is opening Social Connections V in Zurich. This is the fifth event, in the fifth country. We have seen a growing number of attendees, and increased support from the sponsors. The conference has become bigger and better each time. Why are we running Social Connections? Back in 2011, we felt "social business" and "IBM Connections" were very new to the market.

SEC Climate Change Disclosure 10-k Race Opens 2012

21st Century Organization

Enlightening questions and comments from the panel discussion: “climate change or any other sustainability issues are interchangeable” “the insurance industry is particularly impacted by climate change – think Japan’s earthquake and tsunami” “is reporting integrated from board to employees?” “GE 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.

Lotusphere 2011 Notes: Interviews – Brendan Crotty on LotusLive

Portals and KM

During his tenure he has held positions in Technical Support, Field Support Services providing on-site technical assistance for customer deployments as well as supporting the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan. This is another a series of my notes on Lotusphere 2011. I am very pleased to be back after ten years.  IBM set up some individual interviews.

The Principled Approach

e-Moderation Station

Carried out with 11 classes of ESP students in Japan in 2008, this study aimed to test student attitudes to writing via the use of blogs. Tired of hearing that technology brings nothing to the classroom? Bored with having to defend the use of ICT in teaching?

Ant’s Eye View Opens Silicon Valley Office

Ant's Eyeview Blog

Her first “tech job&# was marketing a full-text, search and retrieval database on Japan-related information in…1993! * Her first “tech job&# was marketing a full-text, search and retrieval database on Japan-related information in…1993! 2009 was an amazing year for Ant’s Eye View. It’s hard to imagine that only 1 year ago, Dustin was starting as employee #1 and we only had 1 office.

Social Networking's New Global Footprint | Nielsen Wire

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

Mobile On The Move As Mixi in Japan shows, the increasing popularity of social networks has resulted in increasing demand to access them on the move. Tags: Brazil , China , Facebook , Germany , Internet usage , Japan , mobile phones , MySpace , social networking Related Posts It’s A Recession, Consumers Agree — But Until When?

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Community Indicators in Times of Stress

Nancy White

If I think to the earthquakes in Christchurch, NZ, and Japan, these community indicators are alive and activated. As readers know from my last post, our family has been celebrating the life of and grieving the loss of my dad, Bill Wright. Yesterday was his memorial mass at St.

Travel's High-Tech Future — Eventually

Michael Sampson - Currents

It may sound far-fetched, but automated systems that talk to handheld devices are in the trial stage: In Australia, Qantas has rolled out frequent flyer cards with radio frequency identification tags to streamline the luggage-tagging process; Japan Airlines JAL.L Reuters examines the possibilities of travel in a mobile device and integrated systems world : " Welcome to the airport terminal of the future. There are self-service bag drops but no check-in desks.

HR Magazine - Exclusive: Google research heralds arrival of the human systems director

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

By 2020 the workplace will be transformed by the sharing and development of ideas, according to a study of 3,500 employees, 100 HR managers and 100 IT managers across the UK, France, Germany, the US and Japan, conducted by the Future Foundation on behalf of Google. "It Features. HR TV. Blogs. About. Contact. HR Most Influential. HR Excellence Awards. HR Vision. Employee benefits. Learning & development. Employment law. Recruitment. People. Research. Technology. Analysis. Interviews.

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Fry it, flexitarians!

Endless Knots

Case in point: In Japan during one of those marathon dinners (first this restaurant, then that restaurant, then then.), I love Mark Bittman. Just in case there's any confusion, I don't know him.

Do we look out for children in our neighbourhoods?


The findings for several countries, including England and Australia, are noticeably mixed: but most striking to me are the very low levels of disagreement with the proposition in Japan and France.