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It seems to be turning into Christian Crumlish Week here on The Social Enterprise, but the man's on fire right now! If you're not reading Mediajunkie, you really should. Christian has been blogging ...
Are we getting swamped by social media? David Armano thinks so. I think that it's a little bit more complicated than just trying to amp up the signal in the noise and has to do with a whole bunch ...
Roger Martin has an excellent post on Harvard Business Review that looks back at how business executives used to be embedded in the community they served but are now disconnected from it, as are ...
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I've yet to see a copy of Building Social Web Applications , but Gavin Bell is a not only a friend but someone whom I respect and admire, so I'm already convinced it's going to be a good read! The ...
Via Christian Crumlish, I discovered the excellent essay Are we building a better Internet? by Matte Scheinker. Matte's essay looks at how seemingly small design decisions can have huge impacts on ...
Every now and again I find myself searching for social media case studies, and whenever this happens it's always a monumental pain in the proverbials. People aren't great at interpreting a case ...
I stumbled across a blog post yesterday by Kristina Halvorsen about content strategy. The post looked at the difference between strategy and planning and was very interesting. But there was one ...
The British Psychological Society's Research Digest Blog carries a post about how much better we feel when we get absorbed in a social task than if we do the same task on our own. You've probably ...
Third party social media tools really are a two-edged sword. On the one hand, they allow you to get up and running almost instantaneously for little or no money, but on the other hand you have no ...
Alan Porter writes a great blog post - one I wish I'd written! - over on Ars Technica examining some of the perceived barriers to wiki adoption that he has come across. He says: As I continue to ...
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Yesterday i wrote a long piece about Google Buzz over on my own blog, Strange Attractor. The long and the short of it is that Google has released a Twitter-clone that is embedded in Gmail. Various ...
Today's blog post is shamelessly stolen from inspired by Adam Tinworth.
Edelman's yearly Trust Barometer survey results are out, with trust in business, governments and NGOs up, whilst trust in the media continues its three year decline. However: Although trust in ...
Pew's Internet & American Life Project has recently published their report Social Media and Young Adults, which looks at social media usage by teens and young adults. Two Pew Internet Project ...
Last Friday I wrote a blog post on my own blog about The Impenetrable Layer of Suck and did what I usually do with blog posts these days: I Tweeted it. I saw a few people reTweet it, so thought I'd ...