My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 2/19/2010 thru 2/25/2010
- Building a Social Media Team, Amber Naslund,
- ContentCory Doctorow
- Customer Service, The Art of Listening and Engagement Through Social Media, Brian Solis
- Fish Where the Fish Are – Mapping Social Media to the Buying Cycle, Chris Brogan
- Getting a Foothold in Social Media, Amber Naslund
- Let’s Talk: Social Media for Small Business, John Jantsch
- New Media and the Air Force, United States Air Force Public Affairs Agency
- Social Media and Network Starting Points, Chris Brogan
- Social Media Time Management, Amber Naslund
- Social Media Tips: Sharing lessons learned to help your business grow, Jeff Hayzlett
- The Art of Community, Jono Bacon
- The Essential Guide to Social Media, Brian Solis
- The New Rules of Viral Marketing, David Meerman Scott
- The Simple Web: A Philosophy for Getting What You Want, Skellie
- The Social Media Starter Kit, Amber Naslund
- What is Social Media?, Antony Mayfield
2. RT @VenessaMiemis: new post – reimagining human/social capital & how to spark innovation – Tapping the Network to Facilitate Innovation – How can the power and scope of social networks, combined with a human capital inventory, be used to facilitate shared creation and innovation?
4. Incredibly proud to be involved in the new Libraries & Transliteracy blog with @Tombrarian & @buffyjhamilton – oh come on, you didn’t think I could leave a mention of this out did you? I’m SO excited about this project!
6. No One Knows What the F*** They’re Doing and Feeling Like a Fraud – great read! via @griffey – I don’t know about you but I feel like this all the time, I’m just waiting for someone to notice I don’t know what I’m talking about. I’ve discussed it with friends and some people have called it the impostor syndrome (don’t look at wikipedia’s definition its too
7. RT @zephoria: UX Magazine (@uxmag) has published my “Streams of Content, Limited Attention” today: Hope you enjoy! – An important read from danah boyd on information flow and “four challenges, points where technological hope and reality collide.”
8. Why are you apologizing? – Like all of Seth Godin’s posts this one is short but gets the point across. Don’t apologize for something you’re doing. Either don’t do it, or do it and don’t apologize.
9. How Social Is Too Social? – not everything is better with friends.
10. Empowering Parents & Protecting Children in an Evolving Media Landscape – Another important read from danah boyd et al “The FCC published a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) on the important topic of empowering parents and protecting youth in an era of an evolving media landscape. John Palfrey, Urs Gasser, and I took the opportunity to respond to the NOI on behalf of the Youth and Media Policy Working Group Initiative at the Berkman Center. What we wrote should not surprise any of you who are following our work, but our research-grounded response may be of great value for those of you who are interested in this topic. For this reason – and because we all believe in transparency – we have decided to publicly share the document that we crafted.”