by GOODinPDX - 52 links
This is a spot to collect articles or portals that document the continued slide in privacy at Facebook.
If you have sites or Bags to add, post a comment or message @GOODinPDX on Twitter.
by Oliver Ding - 17 links
kickstarter is a new way to fund ideas and endeavors. People who use Kickstarter to fund their projects ("project creators") keep 100% ownership and control. Kickstarter is a funding platform for artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, inventors, explorers...
by GOODinPDX - 10 links
Websites and articles on protecting your online privacy.
by Oliver Ding - 9 links
Whuffie is the ephemeral, reputation-based currency of Cory Doctorow's science fiction novel, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom. A person's current Whuffie is instantly viewable to anyone, as everybody has a brain-implant giving them an interface with the Net.The term has since seen some adoption as a synonym for social capital, including its use in the...
by Jeff Thomas - 7 links
Facebook Info and Privacy
by Oliver Ding - 36 links
What changes did Digg make past years? Will Digg 4.0 bring us a legend of the return of the king?
#SocialMedia #Digg #SocialDesign #Vote #Startup
by bagpedia - 17 links
Interview with Pete Cashmore, the founder of Mashable.
by Oliver Ding - 26 links
Truemors is a legend Guy Kawasaki made. He built a Web 2.0, user-generated content, citizen journalism, long-tail, social media site for $12,107.09. After one year, NowPublic bought Truemors and Guy Kawasaki became the chair of NowPublic's advisory board. What do you learn from this story?
by Gordon Wu - 21 links
The Art of the Start is one of Guy Kawasaki's books. It teaches you the essential steps to launch great products, services, and companies — whether you are dreaming of starting the next Microsoft or a not-for-profit that’s going to change the world. It also shows managers how to unleash entrepreneurial thinking at established companies, helping them...
by Books - 5 links
Many people think that innovation is easy: You sit around with your buddies and magical ideas pop into your head. Or your customers tell you what they need. Dream on. Innovation is a hard, messy process with no shortcuts. It starts with making something that you'd like to use that makes meaning, and it gets both easier and harder from there.
by jeremycaplan - 14 links
Niche Sites Created by the Journalism Students at the City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism
by Mesothelioma News - 14 links
by Oliver Ding - 22 links
This bag is formed from excellent site Startup Review (www.startup-review.com) whice is a blog that profiles successful Internet start-ups in a case study format. The site was founded by Nisan Gabbay.
#Startup #Launch #Marketing #Reddit #Facebook #Flickr #Digg
by hmthompson - 18 links
A compilation of "best practice" resources for youth services librarians who are interested in or are currently providing outreach services to juvenile detention centers.
by Oliver Ding - 8 links
The bag so far is composed of posts I wrote in this website. The experience of composing for this bag is like blogging.
by Jai Chundi - 14 links
Videos and links about the people in Chapter 23 or some people who are interviewed during the Great Depression or later or earlier