The wisdom of the tribes
The first generation of social media touted “networking”, but the next generation, raised in always-on connectivity, will embrace ephemerality and digital tribalism. Those users will abandon the major social networks and migrate to more granular mobile villages with simpler ecosystems.
"If you ignore a return on investment in what you’re creating, you can be more creative."
— Gerren Lamson.
Well said! We are in it at least as much for the creativity as for the money.
“The best ideas…” (Hint: let it load.)
Let this load and you get the full message!
Spice up your work day!
We wondered why this keeps happening at our meetings. Better check the candy jar again! LOL
The N.Y.P.D. Misfires on Twitter
The N.Y.P.D. asked Twitter followers to share photo of themselves with officers. Matthew McKnight on the responses: http://nyr.kr/1tCHpce
“The outpouring of anger tells us a lot. Rather than finding amusement in the department’s public-relations blunder, it’s a moment to take stock of the N.Y.P.D. that too many New Yorkers know.”
Photograph by Mary Altaffer/AP.
Be careful of what you ask people to do on social media! It may backfire on you!