EduPunk: An Introduction and ReMix: NpTechPunk

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NpTech Punk. Leslie Madsen Brooks has introduced me to a new term called "EduPunk" that is spreading quickly in the edutech blogosphere and beyond. In short, edupunk is student-centered, resourceful, teacher- or community-created rather than corporate-sourced, and underwritten by a progressive political stance. Barbara Ganley's philosophy of teaching and digital expression is an elegant manifestation of edupunk. Nina Simon , with her imaginative ways of applying web 2.0

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Social Media Game: Kentucky Derby Remix for CNPE Conference

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The value of this game is in the reiteration, remixing, and of course sharing. You can find David's training games here.) David has reiterated this game over and over for different audiences and circumstances and I've remixed the game for filmmakers , took it to Cambodia and more recently to Hawaii. where I've collected links to others who have remixed and was hoping to create some templates and source material for people to remix it.

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Demetrio Maguigad Rocks the Social Media Game and My Remix Ideas

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   He has reiterated this game over and over for different audiences and circumstances and I've remixed the game for filmmakers and even took it to Cambodia.    I set up a wiki where I've collected links to others who have remixed and was hoping to create some templates and source material for people to remix it. Here's what I really liked about how he remixed the game. Well, off to remix  what do you think

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How Much Time Does It Take To Do Social Media?

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Time Chart - See Flickr Discussion on Version 1 Wanna Remix it? " I've been thinking about remixing that slide so it matches the framework I set up for WeAreMedia tactical modules. Download it here. I'm getting ready to a workshop later this week, I did a simple pre-workshop assessment, asking folks about their level of experience/comfort and their burning questions.

Trend Blend 2009: A Map of Time and Tide

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You may remember the very popular Trend Blend 2007 and Trend Blend 2008 which used transportation themes. It reminds me of the Conversation Prism from Brian Solis which was inspired by Darren Barefoot's " social media starfish " that he created for his book " Getting to First Base " which was a remix of Scoble's white board. Click to see a larger image This is a cool visualizations of trends for 2009 in different sectors. It's from Trends in Living Networks blogger Ross Dawson.

From Social Media StarFish To Conversation Prism

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" It was a remix of Scoble's white board. I'm seeing a remix of the Social Media Game cards. Illustration by Brian Solis and Jess 3 (Click through to see the larger image ). Darren Barefoot created a visual called " social media starfish " in his book " Getting to First Base." Brian Solis has created the next reiteration - the conversation prism.

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Is that a Movie Studio in Your Pocket? Or are you just happy to see me?

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I couldn't resist a remix of that old Mae West quip. Well, I was very happy to see Rupert captured on video by David Wilcox offering up some great tips on using the N95. David and Rupert are lucky of course to be in the UK and didn't have the brick experience that Amy Gahran had. so she is still sans n95. She's encouraging those of us in the US to join the conversation by commenting at Nokia??????s s blog and in their support forum.

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Social Media Game: Hawaiian Version - Beta - My Contribution to Hawaii Geek Week

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   He has reiterated this game over and over for different audiences and circumstances and I've remixed the game for filmmakers and even took it to Cambodia.    I set up a wiki where I've collected links to others who have remixed and was hoping to create some templates and source material for people to remix it.   I got an email from Demetrio Maguidgad explaining how he remixed the game, how it worked!  Photo by Dan Zen.

Ten Web2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes To Be A More Successful Nonprofit Professional

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So, I'm remixing this memo into. Stephen Downes points to Lisa Neal's " Ten Things You Can Do In Ten Minutes To Be A More Successful E-Learning Professional." " He uses the ten things in ten minutes meme and writes the Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be a More Successful E-learning Professional. Ten Web2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be A Better Nonprofit Professional. I'm only going to write one and then ask the twitterverse to add on to it.

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What color is your nonprofit's blog?

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So, I thought I'd take a stab at remixing it for nonprofits.  Here's a remix of the approaches mapped to other types of nonprofits: Blue:  Institutional Information Blog. Nina Simon, Museum 2.0 Blog.

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How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Marketing Genius: What's Your Brilliant Thought?

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This is a nonprofit remix of some of Chris Brogan's ideas and 50 ways to use social media organized by Groundswell objectives from Jeremiah Owyang. 5 Make Your Content Easy To Remix This point is about user-generated content and they key to getting people to participate: Make it easy, fun, and simple. How To Think Like A Nonprofit Social Media Genius View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: nonprofit socialmedia ).

I'm Presenting at Connecting Up in Austraila!

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Meanwhile, I'm thinking about remixing the cute dog theory into the cute crocadile theory I'm so excited to be going to Australia next month for the ConnectingUp Conference the Australian version of NTC. I'll be presenting at the conference and doing a workshop on social media afterwards. Other folks from the US will include Bill Strathmann and Zack Rosen.

3 Years of Social Media Conversations Online Will Lead To Face-to-Face Meeting With CogDog Blog's Alan Levine at SXSW!

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Alan was the winner of my 50th Birthday Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix contest in 2007. This is an example of the types of ongoing, online conversations I've been having with CogDog blog's Alan Levine over the past three years. His blog was one of the first I discovered and have been hooked ever since. And he loves dogs). I've learned a lot from Alan. I trust him. I refer people to his blog. But we've never met face-to-face. It's been three years and our paths have only crossed online.

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My First Intergenerational Social Media: Learning from Gen Z's and Value of Different Points of View

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It was a little challenging to remix a workshop that would be relevant to these different perspectives and age groups and have people leave the room having learned something. So, remixed my slide deck to represent the different points of view. I took them through a remix of the cutedog theory - or how to think about it strategically.

How Can We Make Charitable Giving A Year-Round Habit?

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Beth's Birthday Cause I was listening to a story on Marketplace on NPR this afternoon with Tess Vigeland and Chris Farrell who reviewed their 2008 financial goals and graded themselves on their accomplishments. Chris Farrell set a 2008 goal to make his charitable giving a monthly activity, not a mad rush in December. For my 50th birthday, I held a 50th Birthday Card Photo Remix Contest on flickr and donated $50 the winner's favorite charity.

Social Media Gurus Offer Their Predictions for 2009: A Few That Might Resonate With Nonprofits

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Remix of Mstephen's Flickr Photo. It's that time of year again. Lucy Bernholz has been sharing her predictions for philanthropy and buzzwords for 2009. Peter Kim asked a group of social media experts in business for their predictions about social media for 2009.

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Liz Strauss Asks - Are Crayons Social Media?

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What would you change, add, or remove if you were to remix this slide show for a nonprofit audience ? What does the Internet look like ? Liz Strauss asks if crayons qualify as social media. It made remember the workshops I taught way back in 1993 for arts people about Internet literacy - the web was just getting started. I handed them crayons and paper and asked them to draw a picture of the Internet and then share with someone else.

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My Facebook Birthday Cause: Thank You (and Some Unsolicited Feedback To Causes)

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For my 50th birthday, I held a 50th Birthday Card Flickr Photo Remix Party Well, a few weeks ago, I read a blog post by Amy Sample Ward about Birthday Causes, This new feature lets individuals on Facebook create a birthday fundraising campaign as part of a Cause. Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest. Join the group, remix a photo of me, add the name of your favorite charity, and I'll donate $52 to the winner's charity.

Social Media In An Economic Downtown

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I've remixed them with a nonprofit view point. Photo by Vagamundo. Hundreds of nonprofits across the U.S. from advocacy groups to local community co-ops - work directly or indirectly to bring about financial systems reform. They have offered a variety of responses to the recent events involving our financial systems. The Blue Avocado has a round up of nonprofit commentaries.

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How To Develop a Social Media Plan in Five Easy Steps

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We created a worksheet with more detailed questions adapted and remixed from CCTV's wiki. Flickr photo by Terry Bain. Terry / aXis / You Are a Dog / the book / the blog // We Are the Cat / the blog. I found Mashable's How To Develop a Social Media Plan in Five Easy Steps Via Britt Bravo who forwarded me this link. I was searching for the perfect illustration for "five" in flickr and since you all know how much I like dogs , I couldn't resist this photo.

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The Community is the Curriculum: NTEN's Social Media and Nonprofits Project - Come Join the Fun!

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The wiki is being released under a creative commons "by" license, the least restrictive license so that those who are training people from nonprofits are free to use or remix it for their needs. We'll be taking DIY approach, remixing and/or pointing as much as possible. Over the next six months, I will have the pleasure of working with NTEN and Holly Ross on a new community-driven funded by the Surdna Foundation.

PBS ShowCase Presentation: Social Media Adoption Challenges

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It is a remix of the " Cute Cat Theory of Digital Activism " which was the title of a talk given by Ethan Zuckerman at O'Reilly's E-Tech Conference in March, 2008 (notes from Ryan Singel. | View | Upload your own. As you read this, I'm on my way to Palm Springs to do a presentation at the PBS Showcase Conference. I'm doing a presentation on a panel called "Let's Get Social."

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World Wide Rave Talk at New Marketing Summit by David Meerman Scott

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Cadbury Gorilla Youtube video - had many, many remixes Harry Potter Theme Park in Orlando - only told 7 people, but exposed 350,000,000 people. David Cutler takes a photo of @pistachio live streaming "Where the Hell is Matt?" " I'm at the New Marketing Summit produced by CrossTech Media ( Chris Brogan ) at Foxboro Stadium outside of Boston. These are my notes. The event started with an introduce from Michael Lewis defining what we mean by new marketing.

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Transparency, Social Media, and Dealing with Criticism

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So, fellow nonprofit communications professionals, I remixed David's scenario and replaced the word "corporate" with "nonprofit." Yesterday, the Internet strategy staff person who supports the Facebook Group visited the student-created groups and found that they have posted a humorous and slightly distasteful remix of the new logo. Flickr Photo from Wokka.

10 Reasons For Bloggers To Get Involved With a Non-Profit

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I set up a wiki that included lots of text and photos so they could remix as they wanted or not. Mani Sivasubramanian is a heart surgeon using his Internet marketing business to fund heart surgery for under-privileged children in India. I met Dr. Mani via Roger Carr who was one of the core group of bloggers who I enlisted for a "blogger's campaign" component.

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Beth's 51st Birthday Challenge: Can I get 51 people to donate $10 to the Sharing Foundation for my birthday? (It's on Jan. 11th)

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I celebrated with a flickr photo birthday card remix contest. My birthday is on Friday, January 11th. Last year for the big 5.0, That's a photo of me celebrating my 5th birthday oh so many years ago. This year I'm gonna celebrate by trying to get 51 people to donate $10 in 51 hours to the Sharing Foundation's America's Giving Challenge over at Global Giving. Think we can do it? I set a goal three years before for my big 5.0 of loosing 50 pounds and I did it.

NpTech Tag Summary: 10 Web 2.0 Things You Can Do In Ten Minutes!

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Inspiration may come from outside our silo and together we'll remix it. So, I'm remixed this memo into Ten Web2.0 Photo by SpacePotato. The NpTech Tag Summary went on hiatus to give some space to. rethink, reinvent. It came back earlier this week in a new format and aggregation process. I'm moving beyond monitoring the NpTech tagged items and meta feeds to incorporate nuggets from micro media sources, nptech bloggers, friend feeds, and USG.

Sprout - A Flash Editor - Let's You Customize Your Own Widget

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Or have them sign up for a sprout account and remix it. That's a widget I just created using Sproutbuilder , a new product form the creators of ChipIn. According to Jason Ricci, Chief Product Officer, Sprout is a concept that grew out of our work at Chipin - and we definitely haven't lost our nonprofit roots.look for more fun functionality geared towards nonprofits in the future.

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Thank You Adam and Mark for the early Birthday present!

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birthday in true social media style with flickr 50th photo birthday card remix contest and I donated 50 bucks to the winner's favorite charity. As some readers of this blog may remember, last year at about this time, I celebrated the big 5.0 The winner was Cogdog blog because my kids were the judges and he used a cute doggy photo). Anyway, I'm using my status on Facebook to tell everyone what I want for my birthday later this month.

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WeAreMedia: Reflections on Working Wikily - Getting out of the way

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Elements of a Social Media Plan : The call to participate came as a "let's remix this idea for nonprofits" and Scarlett Swerdlow took leadership and suggested a refinement of categories. Photo by Robert Francis. I'm very interested in learning how different types of networks or communities work in a networked way - this whole notion of working wikily. The NTEN project WeAreMedia project is an excellent personal learning laboratory for reflection and insights about this topic.

Chris Brogan: What Were Your First Steps?

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But not many people to share with or remix. My first steps. On Monday, Chris Brogan is going to do an NTEN members-only expert session and I'm filling in for Holly Ross as one of the moderators. We're going to be on a conference call and a meebo chat for member questions. Here's the focus: Okay, so Chris prefers to say he's not an expert, but that he advises people on social media use. That doesn't change the fact that he's smart and savvy on the social media front. One of his specialties?

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and the Billionaires for Bush remix I was also impressed by the responses to some of the user-generated content contests – particularly the Colbert Greenscreen Challange and The Office – make your own promo contest. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

The Future of Authority: Platform Power

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And in a world where visitors want to create, remix, and interpret content messages on their own, museums can assume a new role of authority as "platforms" for those creations and recombinations. I have a lot of conversations with people that go like this: Other person: "So, you think that museums should let visitors control the museum experience?" Me: "Sort of." Other person: "But doesn't that erode museums' authority?" Me: "No."

Scratch: An Educational, Multi-Generational Online Community that Works

Museum 2.0

It's a place for Scratch users to upload, share, and remix their Scratch projects. Here is the user profile by age circa July 2008 (per this report ). You can also remix other projects. These are (in order): Newest Projects Featured Projects Top Remixed Lately Surprise Projects Top Loved Lately Top Downloaded Lately Top Viewed Lately It's worth noting that on a standard browser window, you can only see 1 & 2 before you have to scroll down the page.

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Curated Collaborative Filtering: Listening to Pandora

Museum 2.0

While the museum can’t be physically rearranged for each visitor, the content can be remixed conceptually to present a progressively engrossing, educational experience. How is a museum like a radio station? Both are collections of discreet, loosely organized content pieces that are both familiar and new. Your overall enjoyment of the content experience is determined to a large extent by the balance of items you like and those you don’t, those you know and those that are new.

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JogDogBlog: Help Alan Hate Running and Support A Good Cause

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Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest and I donated 50 bucks to his cause. Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest (details to be announced in early 2008), I caught this post. Alan Levine, AKA cogdog blog, is running a marathon to help support a cause he cares about - juvenile diabetes. Last year, Alan won the Beth 5.0 As I was casually planning the Beth 5.1 So, I went over and pledged some support

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Great reads from January 6th through January 8th

Amy Sample Ward

2008 Online Giving Trends - Connections - Want to compare your 2008 numbers/results to other organizations? On this site, you can write, edit & remix each other's words - along with those of the past years' presidents - to create an inaugural that reflects your collective viewpoint.

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Open Social != Open Data

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

But it’s the remixing of data from many networks that provides the real win for users and nonprofits. { Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Open Social != Open Data November 8, 2007 As the hype (which, I agree I have contributed to ) around OpenSocial dies down, the reality behind OpenSocial becomes clear.

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Notes from the Future: Reflections on the IMLS Meeting on Museums and Libraries in the 21st Century

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If museum and library content is licensed, not owned, how can we work within those licenses to allow visitors to use and remix to their heart’s content? What’s in the crystal ball for museums and libraries? The IMLS (Institute for Museum and Library Services) has commissioned a preliminary proposal for an NAS (National Academy of Sciences) report on museums and libraries in the 21st century.

Open Source Cinema

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Brett's Remix of Lessig's Words. Footage I shoot during the production of the film will be released under a Creative Commons license on the site - and I'm asking for key remixes to be created by participants like yourselves. The film is going to be released in 2008 - online, on TV, and in theatres as well. Brett Gaylor is a amazing! His newest project is Open Source Cinema.

How To: Putting Technology to Use (July 2009)

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As Holly said , smart phone usage grew 80% between June 2007 and June 2008. Consider this particularly hilarious YouTube remix video. All you need to make a similar remix that -- oh, we don't know -- matches the words of a certain former VP with " Every Breath You Take ", you just need some video footage. Your guide to the resources that will help you put technology to work for your cause. Market to Mobiles.

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How I'm Celebrating My 53rd Birthday: Cambodia, Chocolate, and Class

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User-Generated Flickr Birthday Card Contest: For my 50th birthday, held a contest where friends got to remix embarrassing photos of me into a 50th Birthday Card on Flickr. Beth's 51st Birthday : This was part of an overall campaign for the America's Giving Challenge in 2008 for the Sharing Foundation that raised over $50,000. 2008). What was my birthday Wish At Age 6 ? Monday, January 11th is my 53rd Birthday!

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to help people locate, remix and republish open and copyleft images. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?