Just a note to readers that this blog, my second oldest (not counting my writings at iMedia) will be discontinued at the end of May 2011. The content will still be available and I won’t be putting up new content.
It’s been fun and, as all things should be, a learning experience. I haven’t posted much to any of my blogs in a bit due to travel, conference appearances and to a large part, research into social media and how it’s changing how people go about the business of being people going about their business.
People interested in my wanderings and ramblings can still follow me at any of
- An Economy of Meaning (fair warning dept: we’re not sure what we’re going to do with this blog so it may be heading away as well)
- Politics 2012
- Stating the Obvious
- That Think You Do
- The Analytics Ecology
Please contact NextStage for information regarding presentations and trainings on this and other topics.
- “Standardizing Emotional Response — Attaching Dollars to Sentiment” at the 23 June 2011 CMA’s Social Media Conference 2011, Toronto, ON
- “The Future of Social Networking: 140 Characters at a Time” at the 14 Sep 2011 Harrisburg University Social Media Summit
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