Posts filed under “social media”

It’s Nothing Personal

This morning I had 740 “friends” on Facebook. Now I have 352. Before you rush off to see if I’ve dissed you, please read on. So I got the shears out this afternoon and drastically trimmed the friend tree. Here’s how I made my decisions. Looking at each person on my list of friends, I […]

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Smart Hotel

A smart use of Twitter: I’m at the Information Architecture Summit, being held this year in the beautiful Peabody Hotel in Memphis. As usual at such geek gatherings, there’s a healthy backchannel running on twitter under the hash tag #ias09. The hotel is following the stream, and answering our questions, such as: Who serves good […]

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Hello New Social App. Why Should I Use You?

This was originally published last July on Stowe Boyd’s blog /message, reproduced here with Stowe’s permission due to my odd feeling of wanting to have all my stuff in one place. A new week, a new wave of invites. Hello New Social App, I’m an edgling, so I’ve got a pre-punched hole in my cheek […]

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Why Aren’t You Talking to Me?

This was originally published last June on Stowe Boyd’s blog /message, reproduced here with Stowe’s permission due to my odd feeling of wanting to have all my stuff in one place. This afternoon my best friend Steffen called me. The first thing I said was, “Hey! What have you been up to the past couple […]

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Constructed with Social Tools

Just a quick note: I was quoted briefly in a profile of my mate Stowe Boyd in Inside Knowledge magazine. It was interesting how the article came together. The author, Jenny Ambrozek, asked for people to post their thoughts anywhere they want: Please post your insights as comments here or in streams using whatever tool […]

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