Upcoming Speaking Engagements in Philadelphia, Raleigh and London (Virtual)

Managing Communities

On November 5, I will be speaking at WordCamp Philly (November 5-6 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), a [.]. I wanted to take a moment and share some of my upcoming speaking engagements. I love to meet people in person and the main way that I do that is through the conferences and events that I speak at. Managing Online Forums (Book) ManagingCommunities.com

Growing Old Around the Globe

Jenny Connected

The MOOC is convened by Sarah Kagan and Anne Shoemaker from the University of Pennsylvania. This 6 week Coursera MOOC – Growing Old Around the Globe - starts tomorrow – Monday 19th May. I participated in this MOOC the last time it ran and throughly enjoyed it.

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How Data Drives Effective Decision Making

Portals and KM

Brynjolfsson and his colleagues, Lorin Hitt, a professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and Heekyung Kim, a graduate student at M.I.T., The New York Times ran a story, When There’s No Such Thing as Too Much Information , by Steve Lohr, that covered some of the value of using data to help with business decisions.  The article began with the challenge and opportunity provided by the massive about of information we have today.

The Pedagogy of ModPo

Jenny Connected

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OldGlobeMOOC – What is ageing?

Jenny Connected

Biological, social and psychological ageing is the focus for discussion in Week 1 of the University of Pennsylvania’s Coursera MOOC – Growing Old Around the Globe. 5944 people from all over the world have signed up for the MOOC and 1500+ people are actively participating. The MOOC has a truly international feel. Every continent except Antarctica is represented. The age range also adds to the huge diversity, ranging from 11 to 80+ years.

If you can't join 'em, swim 'em

Endless Knots

And, ahem, they're in my beloved home state of Pennsylvania, or, as my father preferred to call it, Penciltucky. the women’s swim team held a “virtual swim meet” with Bryn Mawr College , in Pennsylvania, about 112 miles away. Virtual teams gone to the next level.

Blog>> Alter Egos

Green Chameleon

The Pennsylvania technology trainer ? I seem to be shadowed by alter egos the last few days. When your name is not particularly common and you’ve become accustomed to thinking of yourself as unique, that’s a thing of note.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Influence

Skip to Navigation Careers News Client login About Us Services Our Work Blogs Events Contact Us Home › Blogs › Influence Social Networking and #AIDS2010 Suzanne Rainey in Influence 15 Jul 2010 There’s a flurry of action this week as we await the start of the XVIII International AIDS Conference (#AIDS2010) in Vienna, Austria, next week. I wish I was able to attend, but am glad that many of my clients have the opportunity to go. The conference is held every two years, and is always.

Influence Blog: Forum One

Influence

Obama on traditional media and social media

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

He should stick to politics – how quickly they forget! It wasn’t traditional media in the US that put Barack Obama in office, if I’m not mistaken: Mr. Obama said he noted the trend.

New look for Newton's site

Endless Knots

Even as a child growing up in Pennsylvania, I envied the kids who lived in Newton, whose high school was among the top in the country. Perhaps you know the City of Newton, Mass., for its school system. There's been plenty o' controversy over Newton's schools in the past few decades but the city remains one of the great locales in the U.S.

On the 25th anniversary of my mother's death.

Endless Knots

She was one of the first teachers of lipreading in Harlem, a skill that she took with her to Pennsylvania when my parents moved there in 1945, founding the first lipreading school in the Philadelphia area. Here, from seven years ago, a repost with the letter she left for her funeral.

The Divine Right of Capital: A Little Rebellion

Alchemy of Change

Through the organizing work of Thomas Linzey of the Community Environmental Defense League , two townships in Pennsylvania passed ordinances prohibiting corporate ownership of farms. As I mentioned in my original post , I just finished reading The Divine Right of Capital by Marjorie Kelly.

Margaret Fuller's Persuasion 49

Endless Knots

Its interior was a honeycomb, five “rooms,” including the entrance way that opened into the large central area, big enough for a comfortable dozen for dinner and a kitchen with soapstone counters, a double porcelain sink, and an old Viking from his grandparents’ farm in Pennsylvania that they’d replaced in a kitchen remodeling there. Page 49, “ The Persuasion ”. Life was different with Tonin, more amplified, even the way he loved me.

World Blogging Tour thanks to BlarneyCrone #WBT

Endless Knots

Because this configuration of molecules, born of New York parents in a small Pennsylvania Dutch town not far from Philadelphia, is passing through its unique spacetime, absorbing, shedding, observing, ignoring, and desperately trying to make sense of this confusing wonder called life.

The 7 things I would never tell my mother - NOT!

Nancy White

I remember my friends, when we moved to Pennsylvania, always thought your West Coast cooking was quite exotic! I have four “serious&# blog posts half edited and I haven’t found the focus to complete them.

Friends talking to Friends

TNT - The Network Thinker

Pennsylvania is the next test. Will Hillary borrow the local social networks of her friend and supporter, Pennsylvania's governor Ed Rendell? A while back I blogged about the social network strategy of the Huckabee campaign and how it was accomplishing a lot with very little (money).

Thinking about “Slow Community” (particularly online) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Before it all (slowly) leaks out of my brain, here are some notes, comments and pointers to the [.] # Pennsylvania » Slowing Down on 26 Jul 2008 at 5:44 pm [.]

Collaborative Thinking: Blogging Shoulder To Shoulder

Collaborative Thinking

Penn Nursing - Working Shoulder to Shoulder This blog was created by nursing students at the University of Pennsylvania. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps.

World of Warcraft: Terrorists and Virtual Worlds

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

the “White Keep” becomes the White House and “Come in South East of the Zoram Strand” becomes an approach path along Pennsylvania Avenue. “. Homeland Security linking to new “security&# reports that rely on Australian virtual world ‘terrorism’ reports from 2 years ago.

General Shinseki, a wargame, and the networks of hierarchy

Endless Knots

" Unified Quest 03, the aide explained, would be the first Joint Forces-US Army Wargame, a weeklong simulation that would take place at the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Note to self: cancel subscription, April, 2043 - no, sooner; no, don't

Endless Knots

Here I am interviewing Miss Pennsylvania and Miss Pottstown Sesquicentennial. I'm not sure when I fell in love with newspapers. Maybe it was when my brother got his first newspaper route and my father (this, the anniversary of his death, by the way), my brother, and I would get up at dawn and load bundles of The Pottstown Mercury into my father's station wagon.

The 7 things I would never tell my mother – NOT! | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I remember my friends, when we moved to Pennsylvania, always thought your West Coast cooking was quite exotic!

Slow Community Video from Zaaz Event | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Connecting, (ironically) to Nancy White’s idea of slow communities (like slow food) and wondering some more about the process of network participation and how much [.] # Pennsylvania » Slowing Down on 26 Jul 2008 at 5:46 pm [.]

Two requests

John Tropea - Delicious Community

3M, Gore, Semler, and - I now discover - the Pennsylvania Railroad, all had/have small independent business units rather than a single monolithic business unit. The Pennsylvania Railroad was universally recognized as the best run railroad of the 1800s - by far.

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Cognitive Edge - cops and social computing

John Tropea - Delicious Community

3M, Gore, Semler, and - I now discover - the Pennsylvania Railroad, all had/have small independent business units rather than a single monolithic business unit. The Pennsylvania Railroad was universally recognized as the best run railroad of the 1800s - by far.

Scientists examine how social networks influence behavior

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

At the University of Pennsylvania, Michael Kearns is using controlled voting experiments to show how a small minority view can win over an overwhelming majority. Read More See related news on · People Malcolm Gladwell · Companies Yahoo · Organizations Harvard Medical School | Cornell University | the University of Pennsylvania Go to top of page 1 of 2 | NEXT PAGE Post Your Comment You must be logged into DailyMe.

Groundhog Day: seeing shadows

Chris Corrigan

The day in which one solitary animal in Pennsylvania awakes from his winter hibernation, takes a look out of his burrow and gauges what he sees. And then just like that, you hop a plane from Johannesburg, stop after 8 hours in Dakar for refuelling.

Verifying Virtual Value - Chief Learning Officer magazine

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

'Flocking' behavior lands on social networking sites - USATODAY.com

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

People are reorganizing their lives to expand their communication media, says Keith Hampton, an assistant professor of communication at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

'Not a Site, but a Concept': Tapping the Power of Social Networking - Knowledge@Wharton

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