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Category Archives: Social Media
I think of this early Internet video from time to time and want to share it here for future reference. What are your favorites from the early days?
I’ve been a member of TrustCloud for two weeks now, logging in just about every day to distribute my daily allotment of endorsements to friends and watch my own “trust score” inch towards the maximum possible 1000 points (Woot! I … Continue reading →
I am no longer goofing around with TrustCloud but going further to use it to build up a web of trust online that goes beyond simply USING social networking platforms to TAKING OWNERSHIP of the reputation these connections and actions … Continue reading →
I don’t watch broadcast TV much at all anymore, so am glad when friends share their favorite political ads with me via the interwebs. (oh, and yes – I am awake and will complete my ballot carefully) Here are two … Continue reading →
Join me for a GlobalGiving webinar about online fundraising and my tips for succeeding in the GlobalGiving Open Challenge
Woohoo! I’m honored to have been invited to lead a webinar next Thursday, 20 September organized by GlobalGiving, by far my favorite online giving platform. I recommend GlobalGiving strongly for all Kabissa members and like it so much that I … Continue reading →
Consider your shoulder tapped. For a new site I am working on for CISLAC Nigeria, I am experimenting with the social wordpress plugin by MailChimp which apparently pushes out posts to Facebook and Twitter and then aggregates replies back here on … Continue reading →
Jay Inslee recently announced he’s running for Governor of Washington State. I like Jay Inslee but I haven’t decided yet whether I want to support his campaign or not. I am definitely intrigued to be observing how he is communicating … Continue reading →
I just opened my email and saw my first non-text Google Ad – see screenshot. One of the things I always liked about Google for email is that even though I’m exchanging free for looking at ads, the ads were … Continue reading →