Posts Tagged “Gnomedex2008”

VIDEO: Microblogging: Fast, Fast, Good, Good

By | October 21, 2008

As promised, here’s the video of my presentation about using Twitter for good from BarCamp Nashville. Thanks again to everyone who contributed to make my microphilanthropic mission a success. You can read my previous posts about this if you’d like to know the back story of how this came to be. Enjoy. Here’s a closer […]

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Seven notes about Gnomedex: a meme

By | August 26, 2008

In the spirit of Gnomedex I’ve decided to create a little meme for friends who attended the conference last weekend. It’s easy to play along just answer the following seven questions and share. 1. Most effective presentation: Using Social Media for Good Causes – Beth Kanter. How we raised $3,774 in 90 minutes for Cambodian […]

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Beth Kanter summed up Gnomedex for me in 11 words

By | August 24, 2008

“Use technology for good and it will make you feel good.” – Beth Kanter. Thank you to Chris and Ponzi, the organizers and crew, the speakers and the attendees. I have been truly touched from Gnomedex this year, more so than any other conference before. Travel home safely friends. I’ll see you all soon enough.

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Gnomedex gives, goes Bollywood, and rides the Magic Bus

By | August 23, 2008

It’s 8:04 am in downtown, sunny, Seattle. WA. I am about to embark on my foot journey back to the Bell Harbour Conference Centre for Day Two of Gnomedex. Wow, it’s been a fantastic conference which really is no surprise. Last year was my first Gnomedex and I was floored by the quality of people, […]

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