Remix This Power Point!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

" 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 The above slides are from yesterday's Extension presentation and focus on Step 8: User-Generated Content and Remixing. open remixable formats (ie an MP3, not a RealAudio stream). What are your metaphors for remixing?

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Mike Remixes My CC Entry

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Mike is writing some great stuff on remix culture and creative commons license. Mike isn't doing this particular mashup for fun, he's trying to move forward some debate about methods and issues with specific licensing uses for mashups. Mike writes this post Avoid YouTube if You Wanna Remix and Mashup. Remember the aim is to have your content turn up in searches for media that is suitable for remix.

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10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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. My initial remix thought (wrong) was to look for examples that were related to agriculture, but the extension is so much more. adoption strategies ( remix from Association 2.0). Remixed from here and here ). Step 8: Understand The Power Remix Culture and User-Generated Content.

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Demetrio Maguigad Rocks the Social Media Game and My Remix Ideas

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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 presentation itself is a remix of a remix. I remixed it from an earlier presentation called Associations 2.0 The cover is from a remix mashup. It's been remixed with and without attribution.

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Open Social != Open Data

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

If a social mashup starts making money from ads, how would that be split up between the host site, the app developer, and all the other applications or social networks from which that mashup pulls data? 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 !=

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The GlobalGiving FilmFest: Watch, Vote, Give

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here's scoop on how to participate: You will need to submit a video, animation, or mashup that either tells the story of a project (or projects) on GlobalGiving, or focuses on why you give to a project (or projects). The Sharing Foundation is one of the projects on Global Giving and now I'm toying with the idea of remixing my of Sharing Foundation videos.

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Network-Centric & Alinsky

Network-Centric Advocacy

I have been cooking ideas of how to mashup the Rules for Radicals and network-centric advocacy for a few years. I find myself struggling to combine and remix Alinsky rules to contexts that bridge transnational organizing, extreme poverty, new social networks and digital culture. Network Rules for Radicals.

Copyright Doesn’t Have to be All or Nothing: Intellectual Property Rights and Creative Commons

Beaconfire Wire

The whole idea of copyright, fair use, and intellectual property rights exploded into popular consciousness with the release of DJ Danger Mouse’s Grey Album , which was a mashup of the music from the Beatles’ White Album and vocals from Jay Z’s Black Album. Mashups have been a regular practice of live performances by club DJs for years, but this was actually released as an album.

The Participatory Nonprofit?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Expressions (media creation, mashups, etc). the ability to meaningfully sample and remix media content. gThe above video is one of the many social networking strategies that The Genocide Intervention Network used to transform itself from a small student group to national non-profit. This case study, " Using Network to Stop Genocide ," by Ian Boothe was published on Idealware a few days ago. Go read it.

Last Chance to Vote for Nonprofit SXSW Panels: Closes September 4th

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Tools for Good: Design Meets Technology in Service There's Gold in Those Archives: Long-long-tail filmmaking Remix Goes Mainstream: Making Mashups Pay Doing Good Online: Mobilizing Community Action Do Cool Kids Leave When The Suits Arrive The iPhone Volunteer: Can Mobile Devices Save Society? The SXSW Interactive Festival. scheduled March 12-16, 2010 in Austin, Texas) is a mega huge social media industry event.

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