I am a freelance writer, researcher and speaker, and the author of Work Smarter with Social Media: A Guide to Managing Evernote, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Your Email (Harvard Business Review Press, 2015). My work helps people and organizations cope with the transition to a digital world by tackling everything from the business and social impact of big-picture trends like the emergence of the collaborative economy, to the nitty-gritty of making productive use of digital tools.
I am a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The Harvard Business Review and The Christian Science Monitor’s Passcode, and the digital columnist for JSTOR Daily. My writing on technology issues has appeared in media outlets like Macworld, Oprah.com, The Atlantic.com, The Toronto Star, CBC Radio, Business 2.0, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. I am a frequent commentator on tech stories, appearing regularly in broadcast and print to talk about the business of tech, the latest digital scandals or the drama of managing kids’ screen time.
My perspective on the tech world is informed by my experience as a web strategist and by my research background. I am the former Vice President of Social Media at Vision Critical, a customer intelligence software provider, where I worked with the company’s F1000 customers to develop innovative approaches to social media research and to deliver groundbreaking reports like Sharing is the New Buying and What Social Media Analytics Can’t Tell You About Your Customers. Before joining Vision Critical, I was the Director of the Social + Interactive Media Centre at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, where I worked on applied research challenges with BC-based companies.
As the founder and principal with Social Signal, one of the world’s first social media agencies, I have shaped the online strategy for a wide range of online community projects, including Tyze, Change Everything and NetSquared. This work builds on my consulting, research and writing on online community and civic participation by harnessing the latest generation of web tools — tools like blogging, Facebook, Twitter, and RSS — to the challenge of community engagement.
JSTOR Daily offers scholarly context for the news, tapping into JSTOR, a digital library of academic journals.
Hundreds of apples, plus notes and comment on the harvest and more.
An eleven year old continuously running blog dedicated to apples? Yes, please! Sign me up.
I can only imagine that my following it is going to prompt a future interview by Jeremy Cherfas presuming he may not have come across this before.
The most perfect blog is this: https://t.co/IKnwuUEmSc
300+ reviews of apple varieties and news about harvests and there are polite comments about flavors and it's like a blog from a bygone era of pure harmless internet fandom and passions. But just apples.
— Matt Haughey (@mathowie) December 2, 2019
— Jeremy Felt (@jeremyfelt) December 2, 2019
Sirius Reflections presents the musings of Amy Nelson, who teaches history (mostly Russian), studies animals (mostly domestic), plays with digital media and technologies (mostly related to history and animals), practices yoga (for peace), runs (for sanity), and knits (for peace and sanity).
The hub for my networked learning and research activities is amynelson.net.
Sensitive to Art and Its Discontents
Hyperallergic is a leading voice in contemporary perspectives on art, culture, and more. The online publication was founded by the husband-and-husband team, Veken Gueyikian and Hrag Vartanian, in 2009 as a forum for playful, serious, and radical perspectives on art in society. With over one million visitors monthly, Hyperallergic combines round-the-clock art world news coverage with insightful commentary.
Challenging the art world status quo, Hyperallergic goes beyond the surface to investigate the inner workings of art institutions and markets, shedding light on the movements and individuals fighting for greater inclusion and representation. With hundreds of global contributors, Hyperallergic is a constant source for the latest in film, visual art, books, and performances around the world.
Sia is a freelance developer and web performance engineer, speaker, teacher, community organizer, and Google Developers Expert in Web Technologies.
Open Source student. Creating, solving with @happyprimeweb. Started, now watches, VVV. Committed to WordPress. Previously @WSU, @10up.
Director of Open Source Initiatives at 10up and WordPress Lead Developer
I’m Lynn Fisher, a designer, developer, and artist from Phoenix, Arizona.
Lynn has a handful of great little projects in addition to a fantastic web presence for herself. I particularly like that she does an annual refresh of her personal site and uses it as a portfolio, archive, and as a learning playground.
This is my playground and my garden. By playground I mean a place to get wild and zany; by garden I mean a place to tend projects and grow them over time. Here I have published translations, articles, blog posts, and videogames; rallied my friends to create art; and promoted books and projects/people.
I am the Assistant Director for Instructional Technology at the Louisiana State University Law Center. I also teach courses in the College of Human Sciences and Education at Louisiana State University. And I earned a doctorate in educational leadership and research with a concentration in educational technology from Louisiana State University.
My community, university, and professional service keeps me busy. I serve on the Board of Directors at the Louisiana Partnership for Children and Families. I also serve as Co-Chair of the Advisory Board for the School of Library and Information Science and as a peer reviewer for Codex, the Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL. I am involved in a variety of campus committees including the LSU Learning and Teaching Collaborative and Academic Technologies Advisory Committee. I have presented at national and international conferences.
I love teaching! I designed and continue to teach Introduction to Classroom Technology (ELRC 2507). In this course, we create professional websites, use Creative Commons licenses to share content, and use digital storytelling for educational purposes. I also designed and teach Information Literacy Instruction (LIS 7807). In this course, online graduate students in the Library and Information Science program use systematic instructional design to help library patrons with information needs. During the Fall 2019 Semester, I will be facilitating a course the focuses on the development of multimedia for learning scenarios. I have also taught Program Evaluation (CIED 7355) in the College of Education at Sam Houston State University.
My family and I live in Baton Rouge, LA. We love to travel together and are always making plans to do so. But I also enjoy watching films when I can and swimming as much as possible.
Sadik Shahadu is an open advocate and a professional project manager with over 4 years of experience in managing community projects. He is a certified professional at NTEN and currently volunteer in coordinating Wikipedia related projects in Ghana. He is the co-founder and Director of Communication and partnerships for GOI Foundation.
I dabble in programming, administration, linux, gaming, historical european martial arts, reenactment, live action role play, e-mobility, car hacking