Whew, that’s a mouthful! Over the last 12 months, I’ve been writing a (long-titled) book with my esteemed collegue, Melanie Mathos. We are thrilled that 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits: A Field Guide will be coming out in February 2012, and I’m sure I’ll write more about here on this blog. in the mean… Continue reading 101 Social Media Tactics for Nonprofits
This can’t be a good sign…
What problem can’t be solved with social media these days? Our neighborhood was having trouble communicating, working together, and behaving like a true community, so we turned to Ning.com to help us improve that. Using Ning it took only minutes to create a full-featured social network complete with groups, discussion forums, an event calendar, blogs,… Continue reading Longpoint Commons :: A Community’s Community
I still have not read Chris Anderson‘s book Free: The Future of a Radical Price, most likely because it is still sitting in my Amazon cart. The book examines the economy of free, and how it is evolving in today’s market. Whenever he speaks on this topic, as I saw him do at SXSW, he… Continue reading Not Quite Free
No matter where you’re at, or how you bat, you gotta love when history goes down like that. Congratulations to President Barack Obama.
It’s been four months since Coop and I arranged his Dr. Seuss books by spectrum. We’re not sure why we do these things. Probably just to hang out together for a few extra minutes. Or maybe we’re just Seussian savants? The other day I noticed that the books had undergone a reordering over the last… Continue reading Dr. Seuss Meets Roy G Biv :: The Update
This weekend I made another quick video with animoto.com – this time, with photos from my friend Dave’s wedding in Callicoon Center, NY (see Flickr photos here). I certainly dig the results, and can’t wait to see where they take this product (it’s still in beta). Wherever it goes, it sure is fun to play… Continue reading Callicoon Center Animoto
Well, we made it through another one. Here are a couple shots from today’s excursion downtown. The East Tower: The Customs House:
I just finished two small viral marketing, spare time projects… WhereIsClem.com is a user-generated site featuring stories about Clem the traveling gnome. This Clemson garden gnome really gets around, as photos have already been posted from Toronto and NYC. Rumor has it the site will officially launch at the October 6th home game against Virginia… Continue reading Two New Viral Marketing Sites
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