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  • Blog Post: Dilbert on social media

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  • Blog Post: A shocking presentation on social media

    A shockingly good presentation that is…
  • Blog Post: The Real Life Social Network v2

    Thanks to Commander Farrell for sharing this one with me – by Paul Adams of Google. Reminded me of Danah’s work and lessons for us all in here. Social networks look easy because they are made to be easy. They’re just as hard as real networks though and need the same love, care and attention.
  • Blog Post: Social Media Counter

      The emails counter tucked in there is enormous…and the YouTube one is pretty impressive too!
  • Blog Post: 7 harsh realities in Social Media

    Very nice presentation…hat tip to my pal Michael for the share the summary? you get nothing for free…it all takes bloody hard work
  • Blog Post: Social Media Revolution Part Deux

    A refresh of the original – based on the book Socialnomics by Erik Qualma. Some great stats in here – one that stood out for me is 25% of search results for the World’s Top 20 largest brands are linked to user generated content . If you’re one of them and not engaged in social media, it’s probably too...
  • Blog Post: Social Media Demographics

      see the original at DataViz
  • Blog Post: Microsoft tops social media use

    Note: I’m catching up on some posts that have been languishing in my drafts over the last week. Evidently all the social engagement at Microsoft has us top of a social media use survey by NetProspex. Is it a good thing or bad thing? I would say the former of course… Reuters has more info on the report...
  • Blog Post: Personally Embarrassing Information

    PEI or Personally Embarrassing Information was a new acronym for me but one I instantly recognised and could differentiate from the more commonly known (at least in IT circles), PII or Personally Identifiable Information. In her keynote talk at South by Southwest 2010 , Danah Boyd , gave what I expect...
  • Blog Post: State of the Internet 2010

    latest and greated stats that we all love. from Jesse Thomas
  • Blog Post: How well do you know your social network?

    A fun way to waste ten minutes courtesy of Orange. The Friendometer asks you questions about your social network and scores you on the outcome. I did well on pictures which reminded me why I keep the Banksy “Flying Copper” as my avatar on Twitter – it’s just an easier way to stand out from the millions...
  • Blog Post: Global Map of Social Web

    I love infoporn as you know….this is a good one showing social web involvement. grab the full size in PDF to see the number of active bloggers, social networkers, video sharers, photo uploaders and microbloggers via Global Web Index
  • Blog Post: Social media makes you fitter

      well it would for me if I followed this easy workout plan :) Every time you check out one of these sites you do the requisite exercises….wow, that’d have me buff in days. Hours even!! from Patrick Moberg
  • Blog Post: Stats on the Social Media Revolution

    This video reminded me of Shift Happens and will probably get just as many views on YouTube over time. Plenty of useful stats in there which are listed below. The cynic in me wanted to question the source of all this but Socialnomics.com has them all listed out so hats off to them…..and hat tip to my...
  • Blog Post: How does the Internet see you? Get your online persona calculated

      I’m having a lot of fun with Aaron Zinman's Personas . Zinman is a PhD student in MIT's Sociable Media Group and has produced an addictive natural language processing application to create your online persona in something that looks like a DNA strip. The outcome is questionable based on a few...
  • Blog Post: Make social media part of the job…like email

    I’m still digesting the fascinating Engagementdb 2009 report today from Ben Elowitz of Wetpaint and Charlene Li of Altimeter Group. It’s a beautiful report to look at for a start and has a great accompanying website (see below). The part I liked most though as I scan read was the above on Dell. This...
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