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[26 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]
Tweets for Your Twitter Toolbox

One of the best ways to discover tools for enhancing your Twitter experience is to watch for tweets from other users. Following are some recent suggestions I’ve found from recommendations by other Twitter users. Included are a site that reviews nearly 2000 Twitter apps, a list of resources for downloading custom Twitter backgrounds, a do-it-yourself tutorial on creating you own Twitter background, and an article about protecting our privacy on social networking sites.

Featured, IAOC, Main Page, Podcasting, Social Media &raquo

[3 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]
Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide

Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide is an easy to read 10 step list on how to do a podcast effectively.

IAOC, Main Page, Podcasting, Social Media &raquo

[3 Jun 2009 | No Comment | ]

Podcasting 101: A Student's Step-By-Step Guide is an easy to read 10 step list on how to do a podcast effectively.

Main Page, Social Media &raquo

[28 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Starting next Week Bill Wolff brings his Information Architecture class online to the IAOC Blog. He and his Rowan University students will blog as they learn about, use, and review new Web 2.0 applications such as the micro-blogging tool, Twitter, the social networking utility Ning, the semantic web app, Twine and Blern, a site that recommends online content based on the interests each member demonstrates while reading and interacting on various web 2.0 sites.
In his introduction to the class, Wolff challenges students to “think in new ways about language, technologies, …

Main Page, Social Media &raquo

[16 Nov 2007 | No Comment | ]

After a whole bunch of hype and hoopla, the Ad News write-up of the Digg Dirt study can be found here.

Authors, Community, Ethics, Main Page, Professional Bloggers, Social Media &raquo

[13 Nov 2007 | 4 Comments | ]

For me, one of the key points to consider in a discussion of ethics and blogging is pretty far down their list:
* Disclose conflicts of interest, affiliations, activities and personal agendas

Main Page, Social Media &raquo

[9 Nov 2007 | One Comment | ]

To answer any outstanding questions, no, I was not “rubbed out” by a militant wing of the Ron Paul army. In fact, last summer's Digg Dirt series opened up a lot of new opportunities for me.

Authors, Blogging Books, Communication Models, Main Page, Morty Schiller, Show Topics for IAOCblog.com, Social Media &raquo

[25 Oct 2007 | No Comment | ]

ABOUT THE TOPIC:We are all know by now that “Markets are conversations.” But Lois Kelly, author of Beyond Buzz, says it's not enough anymore to spread “Word of Mouth.” To succeed in the marketplace today, you have to have a meaningful dialog — and really listen to your market.
Stay tuned for more details. And be sure to join IAOCblog.com November  5-9, 2007 when guest host Lois Kelly takes over the conversation with:Conversational Marketing: Mood over Matter?
Lois Kelly writes, consults and speaks about how to use conversational marketing …

Communication Models, Knowledge Management, Main Page, Social Media &raquo

[27 Sep 2007 | One Comment | ]

In support of this week's blog show, guest Peter Gloor has made available to us a scholarly article containing the summary findings of the research project we have been discussing. The article is officially entitled, “The Virtual Mirror: Reflecting on Your Social and Psychological Self to Increase Organizational Creativity.”
Authors of this work are Peter Gloor, Daniel Oster, Alexander (“Sandy”) Petland, and Ornit Raz. Maybe Peter could tell us a little about these other contributors. The article does not contain the authors'  biographies or credentials, though it does contain an extensive …

Communication Models, Ethics, IAOC, Knowledge Management, Main Page, Social Media &raquo

[24 Sep 2007 | 5 Comments | ]

Using social badges that measure face to face interaction on the microscopic level allow us to predict patterns of collaboration and gain insights into how we work together on levels not possible before. At the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence we have recently experimented with what we call microscopic dynamic social network analysis.
GPS satellite based navigation systems tell us where we are and how to get where we want to go. In our research we used a similar people-based social navigation system develop at the MIT Medial Lab by Sandy …