When going through the process of adding / friending / following in social media, we often look for a common characteristic in our ‘friends’. These characteristics can be anything, from the love of tech, design, political affiliation or religion or any other type of culture. Why do we do this? It’s an attempt in the perpetual battle of finding the the signal amongst the noise, but on that journey, are we falling prey to too much narcissism?
Our fantasy football league had our draft today; here are my picks and draft order for the 2008 season.
Many people look at project management as a methodical, systematic way of managing resources, time, and money. Rightfully so. However, the human element of project management is often given lesser importance and the metrics of cost and time take precedence. This is an important topic not only for enterprise project managers but for freelancers as well. Here are some tips you can use to improve your working relationship with your team and stakeholders.
A poem talking about various people and services in the social media community
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This is a guest post by Jasmin Smith (my wife), recent Sociology graduate and prospective Humanities teacher in support of International Blog Against Racism Week: http://community.livejournal.com/ibarw/
Race and racism are two concepts deeply entrenched in Western society, yet they are so commonly misunderstood. Racism describes prejudice or discrimination based on skin colour whereas race is merely an imaginary concept that segregates people into distinct social groups based solely on the colour of their skin. The existence of racism rests entirely upon this ‘reality’ of race. Consequently, the truth of racism is also a lie.
ShareThis is a widget for posting and sharing websites to several popular social networks, social sites and email contacts. In addition to Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Delicious, Reddit, StumbleUpon and many others, users can now easily submit sites to FriendFeed and Sphinn.
After reading a recent post by Steven Hodson it made me think some more about the dreaded ‘echo chamber’ and its effects. In my opinion, the echo chamber is what you make it. Chances are you’ve isolated yourself on Twitter, or FriendFeed, or dare I say, even Facebook. This is understandably so, we have only so much time to
waste spend online and it becomes increasingly difficult to keep up as technologies advance and networks grow.