Posts Tagged ‘favorites’

Popular Culture, Blogs, Interesting Reads, SM Phenomenon

February 16, 2010

Favorite Tweets about Popular Culture, Blogs, Interesting Reads, and SM phenomenon

dailytarheel

“Stuff White People Like” meets “This Week in Blackness” at #UNC today http://bit.ly/9REkLM

hyperlocale

RT @outsidein: RT @TweetTaco: @stevenbjohnson: Over 100 publishers now use the @outsidein hyperlocal platform incl… http://bit.ly/98bbzo

saragregory

While we’re on the topic of gender ratios, here’s a video Ga Tech students made bemoaning their ratio http://bit.ly/cZy9j6

hyperlocale

RT @hyper_local: Best Hyperlocal Twitter Tools – http://tiny.cc/irl33: RT @hyper_local: Best Hyperlocal Twitter To… http://bit.ly/bdfpcs

ajc

Ga. man’s heart surgery tweeted by Jacksonville hospital. http://bit.ly/98j0cX

hyperlocale

RT @rwwfr: Dismoisou : hyperpersonnel = hyperlocal + hypersocial http://goo.gl/fb/YXQ6: RT @rwwfr: Dismoisou : hyp… http://bit.ly/cqnJcA

Prof_Han

Reading-A special report on social networking @The Economist: http://bit.ly/ceNJpx #fb

jbhester

Survey results: era of Americans reading a daily newspaper each & every day coming to an end http://bit.ly/bY31g3 #fb

Debalobo

http://twurl.nl/h2tvpz Koreans are the fastest texters in the world.

jbhester

Love this! RT @carol_phillips Student news blogs scoop campus newspapers. (Chronicle of Higher Ed) http://bit.ly/6AXTYi

KarenRussell

Gen Y’rs, have you seen this “Palindrome” video? h/t to …my mother. Who’s a boomer, by the way. http://bit.ly/12bODO

scullyke12

RT @CynthiaNichols: The 2000s Told in Magazine Covers http://adage.com/u/PGDfVa

washingtonpost

RT @comicriffs Anniversary special: The 20 best things Homer Simpson ever said: http://bit.ly/51jveJ #TheSimpsons

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Social Media, Politics and Social Revolutions

February 16, 2010

SM, Politics, Social Revolutions

TechCrunch

Gmail Banned By Iran; Is Twitter Next? – http://tcrn.ch/98C5cC

caa2410

Mashable- Venezuela’s Chavez: Twitter Messages Are Terrorist Threats. http://tinyurl.com/ycmuxfp

UGAGrady

RT @PRNewser: White House Comm. Director Dan Pfeiffer: Old and New Media ‘Have Merged’ http://ow.ly/12ZO1

ksablan

Interesting: A study examined “hypertext links” to determine the amount of original reporting in political blogs > http://bit.ly/aiANSk

ksablan

How journos, news orgs can support civic engagement (series index of articles by @agahran ) http://bit.ly/99Pkff

SM, Marketing and Promotion

February 16, 2010

Favorite Tweets about Social Media, Marketing and Promotion

ATHSocialMedia

Hey Athens business owners, check out how @Foursquare can help you connect with your customers! http://ow.ly/14B1K

RLBriones

Is Social Media the New Mass Media? http://bit.ly/bhpF5W #SM #Marketing

AEJMC

News org lets advertisers tweet, creates guidelines >> limited to 2 tweets, 124 characters for RTs, include (ad) … http://bit.ly/aAydL5

Prof_Han

RT @mindyjiang: How HuffPost, NYT and Austin American Statesman are bringing paid Tweets online http://jr.ly/v27v (via @jayrosen_nyu) #fb

RLBriones

AMA is hosting a FREE virtual conference on social media Feb. 25th: http://bit.ly/5tKOo6 #PRStudChat #u30pro #brazen

jbhester

5 Social Media Lessons the NBA Can Teach Businesses http://bit.ly/7vKwkw

ATHSocialMedia

RT @mashable 3 Things You Need to Know About Social Media Strategy http://ow.ly/WEkq

jbhester

How Much Time Should You Spend On #SocialMedia? http://bit.ly/6cMKf5

jbhester

Daisy Whitney looks at how big brands are changing the way they evaluate & invest in #socialmedia http://bit.ly/4Hg76e

jbhester

RT @franklogic @WildWebPro from Mashable.com – 5 Tips for Creating a Successful Social Media Contest http://bit.ly/6JI0aI

CynthiaNichols

2000: The Digital Decade, by the Numbers http://adage.com/u/igfKLa

jbhester

What Vegas Can Teach You About #Marketing http://bit.ly/7NJRv3

TechCrunch

Cheap Beer If You Check-In… Or Just Tweet. http://tcrn.ch/5tLuBY by @parislemon

jbhester

RT @markwschaefer: Probably best Twitter for business article I have seen (from Forbes) http://bit.ly/bOO2Z

SM and Economics, Business Models, Online Strategy

February 16, 2010

Favorite Tweets about Social Media and Economics, Business Models, Online Strategy

jbhester

Social Media For Economists: Part I – Connecting to Intelligent Sources http://bit.ly/9OvrmJ

LizzyNephew

Need help convincing a company that social media can be beneficial? Try these responses: http://bit.ly/9e5hRM

ksablan

One way news orgs can leverage location-based social networks: partner with them to “become their sales force” http://bit.ly/a6l7ua Bingo.

ksablan

RT @jeffsonderman: World Newspaper Congress forum theme: “The new information ecosystem: Link, share, cooperate or die” http://bit.ly/bjBQE9

themediaisdying

EUROPE, WILL YOU STILL CONSUME? More European papers put up paywalls http://bit.ly/aypy62 (RT @mediaguardian)

ksablan

By @BenLaMothe: Why Facebook could be the next big news publisher http://bit.ly/czWo8X Competitive implications (by me): http://post.ly/Lq7X

AEJMC

Hulu talks premium pricing on the Web: $4.99 for ad-free, or $14.99 for complete seasons. But what about Hulu on TV? http://bit.ly/cXFJMQ

jbhester

SmartPulse poll results: New York Times’ pay wall equals virtual strings attached http://bit.ly/aezYpS

ksablan

Social media budgets edge out SEO in 2010 > http://bit.ly/cEebyW (new Social Freedom post from @carmenb )

TechCrunch

Mark Cuban May Hate News Aggregators, But He Also Wants To Invest In Them http://tcrn.ch/cZYkRe by @arrington

MsStallings

Social Media Business Plans and Revenue Models – Takeaways from @SherryHeyl‘s talk at #SoCon10http://bit.ly/bJTDfs

SethCLewis

Class today: how journos create value http://bit.ly/4Wil6e; models of subsidy http://bit.ly/3cdl3H; and being iterative http://bit.ly/2DFe52

suzanneyada

The Numbers Behind the Paywall http://bit.ly/8TGL15. A thorough analysis of the @nytimes paywall from @mondaynote.

TechCrunch

The New York Times Announces Paid Content Plans For 2011 http://tcrn.ch/5eZSfJ by @robinwauters

TechCrunch

How eBuddy’s Mobile Monetization Strategy Helped It Turn A Profit http://tcrn.ch/72uj99 by @robinwauters

jbhester

Poll: Most (77%) won’t pay to read newspapers online http://bit.ly/8UMNr5 #fb

reifman

@timoreilly Thank you for RT of digital cash idea. Using our cash should be free of private fees. Ref: http://bit.ly/7OQJQN @talesofchange

AEJMC

(Monday Note) 2010 Media Watch List http://bit.ly/76X6nd 2010 Tech Watch List http://bit.ly/6atFl4

TechCrunch

Top Ten Digital M&A Deals For 2010 http://tcrn.ch/7Vwogs by @erickschonfeld

jbhester

Does Social Sell? (part of AdWeek’s Digital Special Report) http://bit.ly/bpuOo1

Social Media: State and Use

February 16, 2010


jbhester

The State of Social Media Around the World 2010 http://bit.ly/cE49S4

jbhester

The Official Social Media and Mobile Glossary of 2010 http://bit.ly/7How5s

jbhester

RT @Aerocles: There’s No Such Thing As Social Media – http://bit.ly/74UVmZ

RLBriones

RT @Steveology: 8 Simple Steps to Growing a Quality Twitter Following | Social Media Examiner http://ow.ly/13EFR

UGAGrady

RT @nprnews: Tweet This – CDC Offers 9 Pages (yes, 9 pages) Of Twitter Advice. http://ow.ly/12KWt

ksablan

Database of more than 100 social media policies includes @espn @bbc @npr @washingtonpost > http://bit.ly/aHg8mw via #smmoc

lrainie

Incomparable Robin Dunbar: New research shows social networks haven’t stretched the size of social networks http://bit.ly/8CMCUa

RLBriones

(via @mashable) RT @Steveology: Great read: What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like – 4 Big Trends to Watch http://ow.ly/100BO

macloo

Enjoyed this! Internet 2009 in Numbers – http://bit.ly/5eqFfA (via @smashingmag) Data about YouTube, Twitter, int’nat’l users.

jbhester

Why the retweet is a powerful engagement tool http://bit.ly/5EDxiY

davos

Have your say about the growing influence of social networks! #WEF in Davos http://tr.im/blog76 ^ml

TechCrunch

Posterous Turns Post.ly Into A New Media Sharing Service For Twitter http://tcrn.ch/4Lftqj by @robinwauters

lizazzolino

Bookmark this link for updated social media stats by @jowyang http://bit.ly/8JcNi8

GuyKawasaki

One-third of adults post to Twitter, Facebook weekly http://om.ly/eMfR

CynthiaNichols

Interesting study. RT @marketing_power Pew Study: Social media usage makes you more social and involved, not less. http://bit.ly/6clQpy

AEJMC

RT @smccolumbia Another helpful “the digital age is now here” video (via @treypennington) http://ow.ly/VvuZ

jbhester

The revolution will not be televised (it will be Twittered, broadcast on YouTube, etc.) http://bit.ly/7SLzGd

Twitter Favorites, Linking is Learning

February 16, 2010

Often times on Twitter, I’ll run across an article about topics I’m interested in: social media, journalism, teenagers, media strategy and so forth and so on. I’ll follow the link, read the article, star it as a favorite, and often retweet it to my followers. I’m constantly marking tweets as favorites to come back to and use at a later date.  I’ll see a tweet linking to a video about social media and think, “this will be perfect to show my Duke TIP digital media course this summer.” Or I’ll run across a tweet about how newspapers, news outlets and journalists are using social media and think “this will be perfect to share with my intro to news writing class.”  Or I might stumble upon a tweet about media monetization and think “I should use this in my scholarly research.”  I mark these items as favorites for later, far off use.

Well, recently the far off use as come.  I’m teaching about social media and journalism in my lab tomorrow, and retooling my Duke TIP digital media course syllabus. So I turned to twitter to re-discover all the nuggets of knowledge I have gleaned recently from Twitter.

The experience was surprising, quite frankly, and in a good way.  I had no idea I had learned so much from Twitter in such a short time frame.  I decided to cull the links and categorize them so that I can share them in aggregate on this blog.

Several hours later, and 17 pages of tweets compiled into a Word document, I decided to call it quits. For now.

The amazing thing is the 17 pages of tweets on topics, ranging from humorous Twitter and Facebook posts to popular culture and interesting reads, are only from the last month and a half!

And I truly do recommend reading or viewing all of them. They’re all great. I’ll post them by categories on this blog (although many of the tweets could fit multiple categories), for your enjoyment.

The Categories for My Top Twitter Links Thus Far in 2010 (Jan. 1- present):

  • Twitter & Facebook (Funny)
  • Social Media: State and Use
  • Social Media as Reporting Tool
  • News/Journalism and Social Media Use
  • Journalism Curriculum, Education, Jobs and Career Development, SM Tools and Tips
  • Teens, Millenials, and Social Media Use/Overall Media Patterns
  • Social Media and Economics, Business Models and Online Strategy
  • Social Media Marketing and Promotion
  • Social Media, Politics and Social Revolutions
  • Popular Culture, Blogs, Interesting Reads, SM Phenomenon