My Social Network, circa 1987
March 15, 2007
on My Social Network, circa 1987
I was recently drawn to this interesting graphic posted to Flickr by NMK’s Ian Delaney. It illustrates the fragmentation of people’s media consumption
Widgets of the world unite…
March 6, 2007
on Widgets of the world unite…
I’ve been having a lot of widgety thoughts recently, so I thought I’d bundle up a few loose ends in the one (long) post. First though, if you’re
Children’s charity checks into virtual hotel
March 3, 2007
on Children’s charity checks into virtual hotel
I’ve written previously about how the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has embraced innovation to raise awareness of its
DoggySnaps.com: the tail ‘tagging’ the dog
March 1, 2007
on DoggySnaps.com: the tail ‘tagging’ the dog
I only recently stumbled across the Dog Trust’s photo-sharing community, DoggySnaps.com. I’m not a dog owner, and frankly have no particular affinity with
Valentine’s Day meets Web 2.0
February 15, 2007
on Valentine’s Day meets Web 2.0
I meant to post this yesterday, but a deadline prevented me from doing so. Then, of course, blogging was out of the question in the evening (you know what day
Whose cause is it anyway?
February 9, 2007
on Whose cause is it anyway?
Yet again Kathy Sierra is right on target; She writes… People ask me… How can I get our employees to be passionate about the company?” Wrong question.
An interview with the Widget King
February 7, 2007
on An interview with the Widget King
Last year, Hawaii-based ChipIn launched its “social ecommerce” service designed to help individuals connect with people in their social network for
Charities: Are you cool or old school?
February 6, 2007
on Charities: Are you cool or old school?
Compare this photo of the Windows Vista launch (blogged by Seth Godin last week to make a slightly different point) with the photo above - taken in
Not-for-profit’s have the gift of stories
January 29, 2007
on Not-for-profit’s have the gift of stories
Nancy Schwartz invited me to submit a piece for this week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants theme on “How do Nonprofit Communicators Compete for
Engagement is (not) made to measure
January 29, 2007
on Engagement is (not) made to measure
Measuring ‘engagement’ is like eating an elephant: it’s a big job and you’re not sure where to start. I’m no exception, and my thinking on this