Social Media

Demystifying the Social Medianess – Forget About Technology

When last we left, we talked about how the social web thrives on unselfish communication. I touched a bit on the role of technology, and today I’d like to expand upon some thoughts.

When you hear the words social media what’s the 1st thing that comes to your mind?...

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Commenting on a Conference? Blog it? No, YouTube it.

I spent some time today going through a random selection of the videos of presentations, tweets and blog commentary about the Personal Democracy Forum conference held last week in New York City.  Sort of goes from the insightful to the inane to the downright snarky.  Kind of expected.  But then I happen upon a little nugget,...

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Demystifying the Social Medianess – Unselfish Communication

In my last post we talked about this thing called Social Medianess and the responsibility those of us in the digital landscape carry to help others understand how it works.

Today I’d like to dive into the essence of social media and clarify exactly what that is.

People equate technology with social media....

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A Scientific-ish Study of Bacon in Social Media

Cross post from the media measurement team at the ImpactWatch Blog


IF bacon is great THEN it will rule social media.


Bacon in the Social Media News

1. Bacon explosion – a heart-warming (burning?) recipe involving 2 pounds of bacon wrapped around 2 pounds of sausage....

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Demystifying the Social Medianess – Part 1

While waiting for an oil change, I heard a business man mumble on his cell, “We’ve got to figure out how to use this social medianess.”

Medianess is not word, but what a great way to classify something. Just add “ness” to the end, and somehow social media seems to be safer and friendlier to talk about....

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