Social Media can make a difference in unexpected ways. When it’s properly utilized, like in the Obama campaign, it can do amazing things.
Social media style is what enables intimacy with others, even when all we see is a computer screen. It is crucial.
Creating thoughtful blogs is not as easy as creating a punch card. It requires creativity, love, passion, and personal reflection.
Creating social impact through social media requires a strong mind for community organizing. It can be a wonderful tool.
Web 2.0 came in with a phenomenal wave of buzz, but if we want to rediscover it we need to take a step back.
Social Media and Sustainability goals have an important thing in common – they can streamline, and improve, corporate goals.
Social sustainability is about conversations that can inspire change – empowered by our newest technology.
Most of us have personal Facebook and Twitters – how do we gracefully integrate these into our professional lives, and still maintain our privacy?
Please note: this is a cross-post by Alasdair Munn. You can find his website here. Enter Alasdair Munn: I just love social media. I came across a 2 part article by Curtis Brainard entitled Public Opinion and Climate: Part I and Public Opinion and Climate: Part II through my membership to the social bookmarking site… Read More →
Collecting congruent people is not going to lead to meaningful dialogue – it is great to see a shift in the way people are using social media.