- Data Everywhere: Lessons from Big Data in the TV Industry
- Facebook’s “Emotional Contagion” Experiment: Was it Ethical?
- The Big Boulder Initiative: An Industry Association for Social Data
- Social Data for Social Good: Five Lessons from Academia
- Twitter Buys Gnip: What’s Next for the Social Data Ecosystem?
- Uber Launches Open API w/ 11 Partners, Including OpenTable, TripAdvisor, & United Airlines tcrn.ch/1BBJp8k @ryanlawler #itsthedata 1 day ago
- RT @davidweiner: Huge news from Tumblr for the CPG world: Tumblr Partner Will Now Scan Photos for Clues About Brand Affiliation http://t.co… 3 days ago
- RT @lawrencekmak: Fantastic #social discussion last night #chicago marketers and @setlinger #Altimeter #AdobeGettingSocial @AdobeSocial htt… 1 week ago
- RT @TechWarshaw: The researcher from that controversial Facebook user study is now drafting ethics guidelines for others http://t.co/rlqqt… 1 week ago
- Brilliant experiment by @mat on what happens when you like everything on @facebook. He does it so you don't have to. wrd.cm/1vxiha7 1 week ago
Category Archives: Crisis
During the second Presidential debate this week, it only took a few moments for a social media/community manager named Veronica De Souza to claim the URL bindersfullofwomen.tumblr.com. Not long after, YouTube exploded with parody videos. All of this is to … Continue reading →
“Imagine the 1:35 a.m. call informing you that your new product scheduled for release next week has been accidentally leaked because of some Flickr images. Or the 5 p.m. call that the regulators are going to be in your office … Continue reading →
I woke up Sunday morning to a tempest on Twitter. Apparently, Bill Keller of the New York Times had published an op-ed defending Wikileaks. It was retweeted by none other than Jeff Jarvis, Dan Gillmor and Nick Bilton–some of the … Continue reading →
It stands to reason that social media would one day become a perfect vehicle for social and political action. Lately, we’re seeing more online activism in various forms–to fundraise, to organize, and, lately, to protest. One of the most popular … Continue reading →
Here’s a scenario for you: Tomorrow morning when you wake up, there are a dozen voicemails on your cellphone and a few dozen emails. You check both regularly, so it’s not that you let them pile up. Something is wrong. … Continue reading →