A lot of people (well certain people) have been fussing about Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey returning to the company as it’s new CEO. While I think he’ll easily be better than his predecessor Dick Costolo, I see no cause to celebrate. The magic in Twitter has always been the connections between people and the ability …Continue reading "In which I fail to cheer for @Jack’s return to #Twitter"
If you’ve ever heard me talk about network-centric strategy, then you’ll appreciate this: Thanks to the always-inspirational Evonne Heyning for sharing this.Continue reading "Network in nature"
As I was Googling for something from an old work project, I stumbled across this interview with Marshall Kirkpatrick from 2006. Marshall and I had met a few years before at the Nonprofit Technology Conference. He has gone on to become a leading blogger on new media issues and is now a Senior Writer at …Continue reading "Bridging The On-Line Real-World Gap"
As I mentioned last month, I gave a 5-minute Ignite talk called “How to think like a network” at the 2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference. It’s the latest version of my ongoing rant/spiel about network-centric advocacy. Below is a video of the talk with the actual slides underneath so that you can follow along at home. Think you can keep up?
Continue reading "How to think like a network… on fire"
OK, here is last week’s presentation on Network-Centric Advocacy to participants in the Open Society Institute’s “Connect US” initiative. Keep in mind that this a very visual and dynamic presentation, below is an outline of the text and links…Continue reading "Connect!"