by BagTheGOOD - 55 links
A new decade. An ongoing global financial crisis. It's a time to regroup, re-evaluate -- and then to dream. Dream big. Because the world of ideas has never mattered more. For TED2010 we've assembled a lineup of speakers whose ideas and ingenuity will thrill, enlighten and inspire. It's What the World Needs Now ...
by BagTheGOOD - 18 links
Brain Pickings is the brain child of Maria Popova, a cultural curator and curious mind at large. Brain Pickings is about curating interestingness — picking culture’s collective brain for tidbits of stuff that inspires, revolutionizes, or simply makes us think. It’s about innovation and authenticity and all those other things that have become fluff phrases...
by BagTheGOOD - 27 links
Mashable is an Internet news blog, started by Pete Cashmore in July 2005. With a reported 7+ million monthly pageviews and an Alexa ranking just over 400, it ranks as one of the largest blogs on the Internet. Mashable launched a dedicated TED channel at http://mashable.com/ted
by Oliver Ding - 24 links
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei says: “I’m living in a society where freedom of speech is not allowed … I’m trying to involve my art with society, to build possibility.”
by Oliver Ding - 18 links
Rebecca MacKinnon, an Internet scholar at the New America Foundation, who argues that private corporations are exerting excessive power over the Internet and should have that power checked, gave a preview of her book Consent of the Networked at the TEDGlobal 2011 conference. This bag also features related videos and posts.
by BagTheWeb - 27 links
Social media writer Shel Israel shares revealing stories of Twitterville residents, from CEOs to the student who became the first to report the devastation of the Sichuan earthquake. Now Haiti is the newest story of the Twitterville.
by Oliver Ding - 14 links
There are a lot of social media #books, this is a collection of books on #Twitter.
by Oliver Ding - 15 links
Twitterville, How Businesses Can Thrive in the New Global Neighborhoods [Portfolio, September 2009] is Shel Israel’s newest book.Shel Israel is a social media storyteller. He is co-author of Naked Conversations, and The Conversational Corporation.
#Twitter #Books #Twitterville #Shel_Israel
by Guy Kawasaki - 18 links
A bag of Twitter informational sources compiled by Guy Kawasaki.
by GOODinPDX - 71 links
Find out what PDX tweeps are tweeting about in Art, Tech, Music, Food, Good Causes and more...
New trending topics are added several times a day!
Do you want to be a PDX Tweet Reporter? All of these Twitter Times virtual newspapers are created from the people that each twitter page follows. It also pulls in tweets from the people they follow.
by Webridge - 11 links
Information about Google Translate
by Oliver Ding - 58 links
In what is definitely one of the more creative social media ad campaigns in a while, Old Spice is doing just that. Its shirtless, muscled spokesman, the Old Spice Man, is shooting YouTube videos in response to people’s Tweets.
#SocialMedia #OldSpice #YouTube #Tweeathon
by Oliver Ding - 11 links
TED's June Cohen led a panel on social translation at South by Southwest this weekend. The panel -- run as a tight, advice-dense conversation -- brought together leaders from three of the web's most prominent social (i.e. volunteer) translation projects, including Seth Bindernagel, Director of Localization for Mozilla's Firefox browser, and Leonard Chien,...
by bagpedia - 43 links
There are 21054 tweets on TechCrunch Disrupt 2010 conference. Can we get a big picture of the event through 20 tweets? Oh, here are 38 tweets:)
by bagpedia - 31 links
A fake BP Twitter account tweeting its "public relations" response to the oil spill now has five times more followers than the official BP Twitter feed, and it continues to grow. Check out the following 20 tweets from @BPGlobalPR
by bagpedia - 13 links
Participants and users worldwide are tweeting about the Skoll World Forum 2010 (bag: http://bagtheweb.com/b/ECN14v)
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 - 51 links
D’Angelo said they founded Quora because “we thought that Q & A is one of those areas on the internet where there are a lot of sites, but no one had come along and built something that was really good yet.”
#SocialDesign #Quora #SocialMedia
by realresumehelp - 1 links
Real Resume Help
A resume is more than just a collection of dates and job functions. It is a sales pitch on your behalf. In fact, most resumes concentrate on dates and job functions, but decision makers don’t care about what you did on a daily basis as much as how you affected the organizations you served, as that is the best indicator of the value you...
by Oliver Ding - 22 links
Author and New York Times columnist Marci Alboher popularized the term "slash careers" to describe multiple concurrent careers in her book One Person/Multiple Careers: A New Model for Work Life Success (2007).
The Future Laboratory announced their newest consumer profile last week at the semi-annual Trend Briefing presentation in...
by djb - 39 links
A collection of videos demonstrating the role of the teacher librarian and the impact of school library programs on student achievement.