The Geekess leads the day again, but this time it is a very positive post about what makes a good community. More than anything, I think the post was only written because of the much larger number of positive comments on her last post. On Rants on Machine Learning, they show us what to do… Read More Geek Reading October 7, 2015
Groundswell by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff may only be a little over a year old, but much of the advice feels like common sense now. Part of that feeling comes from the fact that some of the advice is actually just common sense that seems to be ignored when dealing with social media. Regardless… Read More Riding The Wave With Groundswell
My wife watches American Idol. I try not to, but invariably I get sucked in because I like music and singing. I do not like the show because the competition is not about talent as much as who the american public likes. VentureBeat wrote about this in their post about American Idol and Crowdsourcing: In… Read More American Idol, Crowdsourcing and What Startups Can Learn From It
Sometimes when you read a technical book, you wonder what you are going to get out of it. That was my initial feeling when I received “Managing Online Forums” by Patrick O’Keefe, the founder of the iFroggy Network. Thankfully, Patrick has forgotten more about managing forums than I have yet learned. More importantly, there are… Read More Managing Online Forums? But I am a Blogger.