Beth5.0 - Flickr Photo Remix Birthday Card Contest!

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My big birthday is coming up this month and I'm celebrating it with a Flickr Photo Remix Contest. Create a birthday card by remixing a photo of Beth or remix one of your own (any photo) and send it into the Beth5.0

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I'm Turning 50: Let's Celebrate! Flickr Birthday Card Remix Contest

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My 50th birthday is this month and I'm celebrating it with a Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest. I'm also using this as an action research project to figure out a few things about flickr contests and user-generated content which I'll report back later IF ENOUGH people participate. Create a birthday card by remixing a photo of Beth or remix one of your own or anyone else's photo of me in flickr and send it into the Beth5.0

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Remix This Power Point!

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" I'm trying to walk the walk and talk the talk of Remixing Content for nonprofits. One thing you'll notice is that the presentation itself is a remix of a remix. I remixed it from an earlier prsentation called Associations 2.0 It also incorporates cc licensed materials from others, including videos and flickr photos. The above slides are from yesterday's Extension presentation and focus on Step 8: User-Generated Content and Remixing.

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10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

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Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. Extension programs use wikis, flickr, blogs, tagging, and other tools to share information and content.

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The newest Flickr Toy: Warholizer

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The newest one is called the Warholizer Now, I know where one of last week's Creative Commons Flickr photo entrants might possibly have gotten their inspiration. We had some discussion about how the photos were licensed in creative commons to facilitate this remixing.

Open Source Thinking: A Remix Wikitation of Marnie Webb's Ten Ways To Use Web2.0 Tools

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Open source thinking is sharing and remixing. So, I remixed it for the audience. You can see my remix here. You can export jpegs to flickr and create set , you can upload a powerpoint into slideshare or create a wikispace for the presentation or wikitation.

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Growth of Creative Commons Photos on Flickr

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so, while working on it I found the above data and just had to remix and blog it. What's cool is that you can remix the chart graphics (see below) and Swivel has CC licensing. I need to finish my Open Content/Creative Commons card game before I leave tommorrow. The chart was generated by a program called Swivel. Some other metrics can be found here

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How To Display Flickr Photos With A Tag

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Click to Flickr Photos Tagged with 07ntc in A Slide Show Presentation. I got asked this question several times during various presentations/panels at I was on at the NTC, including the Flickr Affnity Group session on Wednesday. Flickr Remix Photo Birthday Card Contest.

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How Best to Stream Tagged Flickr Photos on a Blog or Web Page?

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It is generated by www.deviousgelatin.com/montager using the flickr tag 'beth5.0'. Flickr Photo Remix Cards are all wonderful so I'm going to start blogging them!! I love the creativity and I'm learning a lot about remix tools. Maybe one of the flickr widget badgets?

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This is a "Best of" for finding CC "BY" photos in Flickr

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Last week when I blogged that won the Creative Commons flickr photo contest, the prize I got was Lessig's on my answering machine. In today's email, J Wynia, shared with me a tool he created with the Flickr API that lets me search for interesting photos that I can remix or use and automatically generates the attribution. And, I just got an even better gift.

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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.

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We are all photographers now

Rebooting Charity

But that’s just the half of it: attached to the email were some installation views of my images in situ , showing them projected on the gallery wall - like the one pictured (and here’s the original photo on Flickr). My Flickr buddy Ed Fladung recently suggested that Yahoo!

Help Celebrate My 50th Birthday and Win $50 Bucks for Your Favorite Cause!

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My 50th birthday is this month and I'm celebrating it with a Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest. Create a birthday card by remixing a photo of Beth or remix one of your own or anyone else's photo of me in flickr and send it into the Beth5.0

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What happens when you set your content free with creative commons licensing?

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People can add and embellish your content and if you have access to the remix, it can give you new ideas. Here's a few (good) examples of how I have remixed other people's work or other people have remixed my work. Remix This Powerpoint. The cover is from a remix mashup.

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Beyond Broadcast: Wrap Up

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Flickr Photo by Geoffrey and used with permission. And it's not just that we can build Wikipedia or Flickr streams. David Weinberger gave the wrap up at the end of the day. An outline of what he said is here.

And the winner is. and some reflections on user-generated content

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Flickr Photo Birthday Remix Contest. I set up a flickr group, uploaded some instructions and some photos from the past half-century, and invited people to celebrate. Ultimately, 22 remix photos were posted, slightly less than half of the people who joined.

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Sharing Power, Holding Expertise: The Future of Authority Revisited

Museum 2.0

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. But the companies that run YouTube, Flickr, and other major Web 2.0

Wiki Cookbook Exercise

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Origina l photo CC by license in Flickr User Start Cooking. I found the above image in Flickr under a license that allows me to remix it -- so I changed the title. The online facilitation list recently had a thread about choosing wikis.

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.

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Have We Crossed the Chasm yet? Org2.0 Cheat Sheet from Squidoo/Npower New York

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Graphic in Flickr Source: Tara Hunt's post " Cross the Chasm " Chris Brogan sent me a link to the new NpowerNY/Squido Handout on Seth's Blog. " I've added some advice in italics which Npower is free to remix since my blog is cc: by license.

I got a blog for my birthday!!

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This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from the Beth 5.0 - Flickr Photo Birthday Card Remix Contest group pool. flick r.com. Make your own badge here. This has got to be best birthday ever. check out the birthday cards. and I got a birthday blog!!! Check it out ! I was so crazy busy trying to get everything together for my session next week that I didn't notice the message from Loretta Donovan the Blog Queen - who created it! Thank you!

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WeAreMedia: Help Us Crowdsource A Hollywood Ending

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A series of short-tactical workshops at the 09NTC that included: Blogging , Podcasting , Video , LiveStreaming , and Flickr Bootcamp. One important design concept for this project is creative commons licensing - which allowed the community to remix, reuse, or repurpose the content.

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A Social Publishing Strategy by John Gautam, Pratham Books

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Also, for our Creative Commons licensed books to be remixed/repurposed by the community in whatever way they wish to. Flickr : Documentation of the work we do and also to upload our Creative Commons licensed illustrations so that they can be remixed/reused. (See

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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.

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Creative Commons Licensing Teachable Moment and An Apology!

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Two days ago, The Tech Chronicles Blog published a post about Marc Canter's "Ahem Society" that used one of my flickr photos. So I complained in flickr , my blog and left a comment on the Tech Chronicles Blog. (I

How to license mixed media, without a law degree

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Beth's Flickr Stream. From Icommons comes an incredibly useful legal brief to remixing media in the age of participatory media and campaigns by Steve Vosloo, Digital Hero Book Project. There are some issues related to the remix chain and what is or isn't fair use.

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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. What was my birthday Wish At Age 6 ? Monday, January 11th is my 53rd Birthday!

Wanted: Your Advice (Guest Post)

Museum 2.0

We're taking a multi-platform approach: you can call in advice from your phone, add advice images to our Flickr pool , email advice to us, or even send advice via Twitter. These wacky 'remixed' adages would then be pressed into buttons for visitors to wear/take home.

Voters: Part 1 - Multimedia Tagging Project

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They are encouraging people to tag into del.icio.us, flickr, YouTube, etc. The next step, of course, is to throw in a little remix and participatory media culture into it! They are incorporating the use of visual content - flickr and YouTube.

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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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. But you can also join galleries (like Flickr pools) for specific affinities. You can also remix other projects. And the remixes are a true "gift" to participants to continue using the program.

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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.

How To Develop a Social Media Plan in Five Easy Steps

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Flickr photo by Terry Bain. 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. We created a worksheet with more detailed questions adapted and remixed from CCTV's wiki.

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NetSquared: In the Beginning

Tech Soup Blog

In the beginning, TechSoup’s Marnie Webb, Daniel Ben-Horin, and Billy Bicket created NetSquared to "remix the web for social change." The idea was to embed the functions of existing social sites like Meetup , Flickr , and del.icio.us.

Social Media in the Nonprofit Workplace: Does Your Organization Need A Social Media Policy?

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Photo by Terry Bain in Flickr I've been hearing a lot lately from folks who work in nonprofits asking for examples of "social media or social networking policies." I had noticed that there were over 300 groups in Facebook for SurfRider, many remixing the official logo.

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Museum Photo Policies Should Be as Open as Possible

Museum 2.0

There are thriving groups of Flickr users who share photos of themselves imitating art. A great shot of your institution, shared on Flickr, serves as a free piece of marketing that may generate ticket sales.

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A Fine Blog!

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A quick search through Flickr resulted in many photos of beautiful, but toothless children, tooth fairy pillows , a pair of tooth fairies from a dental school, notes to the tooth fairy a dog's visit from the tooth fairy and children's notes to the tooth fairy like the one depicted in the photograph above. I recently discovered a blog by a colleague, Allison Fine, called A. Fine Blog.

The Future of Authority: Platform Power

Museum 2.0

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. But the companies that run YouTube, Flickr, and other major Web 2.0

How Mature Is Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Practice?

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Click Through to Flickr for Attributions. The organization has strong capacity in content creation as well as repurposing or remixing across channels.

Transparency, Social Media, and Dealing with Criticism

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Flickr Photo from Wokka. So, fellow nonprofit communications professionals, I remixed David's scenario and replaced the word "corporate" with "nonprofit."

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NpTech Tag Summary: Highlights from the NpDev and More

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From Flickr User Philswin2003 The above flickr photo is from the Nonprofit Software Development Summit and some flipchart notes illustrating what's going on right now: inspiration, matchmaking, and practical methods!

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.

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 Search YouTube and Flickr for descriptive keywords that are part of your mission statement to see what your target audiences might find compelling and inspirational.