Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Privacy vis a vis Publicity

Researcher Danah Boyd- a reply to Facebok's Zuckerberg

"No matter how many times a privileged straight white male technology executive pronounces the death of privacy, Privacy Is Not Dead. People of all ages care deeply about privacy. And they care just as much about privacy online as they do offline. But what privacy means may not be what you think."


Sunday, January 31, 2010

why people share stuff

  • Contributing (1-to-Many)
  • Broadcasting (1-to-World)
  • Gifting (1-to-1/Few)

& why we should get past 'viral'.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

sex talk

"Social Media has overtaken porn as the #1 activity on the Web" (socialnomics)

I may add that socialising online did not kill the pron star, it just..
swallowed it?

obviously interaction makes experiences more.. well, Real.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010

new found toy


I've tried it with my fav. client's blog

Thursday, January 14, 2010

self-educated species

so what does an online strategist do exactly?

I've had a really good time seeng how others have the same need to define and explain what we do.

I trust that at least we know what we're doing.

anywayz, my way is way less 'influential', web mkt is NOT advertising.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

talking about SM in theese days' elections

here some "tips to get you out of the troll spiral:
  1. DFTT: Don’t Feed The Trolls: This is by far the best piece of advice I ever received back in the day. I was getting pissy about a guy baiting me in a chat, and someone sent me a private message with that line. Trolls feel horrible about their lives, their haircut and are angry that a bowtie has not become acceptable attire in society. And they are hungry. If you don’t feed them, they eventually go look for food elsewhere.
  2. Don’t Expose Them: I’ll admit, my first reaction to these jackasses is to reply back with my sharp wit, but never forget this: If they tweet something to you, only their followers will see it (and they usually have 20 followers, my mom not being one of them, contrary to their apparent liking of said mom). BUT if you reply, if you take the bait, you now have the tweet on your main profile page, feeding the troll exponentially! Not only do you give them the satisfaction of being fed, but you’ve also given them a platform to be exposed to all your followers. The pic above was a tweet sent to me yesterday, I didn’t reply, I just blocked and went on with my day. Sure, I don’t like seeing it, but found it kind of funny and it isn’t entirely false :-)
  3. Pick Who Gets Your Emotional Currency: For a detailed explanation of Emotional Currency, go here, but in a nutshell, you only have so much emotion to go around. It should be spent on people who value it, who value you, not some douchenozzle that just finished a 36-hour bender on World of Warcraft and is pissed his wizard lost an epic battle on the island of Corinthian. There are way too many incredible people in this world, and Twitter especially that are worth your time.
  4. Realize Where They’re Aiming: It is their lack of self-esteem that brews the hate. It actually has nothing to do with you. Do they know you? Do they have tea and crumpets with you? No. So screw em.

This isn’t about living in a bubble and only listening to happy things. Constructive criticism is one thing, being an asshole is another."

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Girl power!

Who Rules The Social Web?

Oh, That too.

Friday, September 04, 2009