Internet Responds To Nathan Fillion: HelpNathanBuyFirefly.com

If you would like to know just how powerful Nathan Fillion (Captain Malcolm Reynolds) is, all you need to do is look at how is fans are taking any suggestions to resurrect his show, FireFly, despite a highly unlikely success rate!

In case you have never heard of FireFly, here’s a short clip:

Idea & Objectives:

Firefly Cast

Firefly Cast

In order to make bring back FireFly, the internet has launched HelpNathanBuyFirefly.com, which offers the following plan of action:

  1. Create a limited partnership to be owned by the fans. Anyone who invests in the company has a voice.
  2. The purpose of this partnership will be to enable what everyone has been hoping for all these years: the production and distribution of more of our favorite show.
  3. Create a system through which anyone can invest in the organization. If we can’t raise enough money, or if we can’t acquire the rights we’re after, we return the remaining funds. No hassle, no questions, no worries.
  4. Look for a few good Browncoats to serve as a board for oversight.
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The Twitter Mirror; Does It Measure Your Worth? [REBLOG]

One of our most read posts is Beirut’s “Why Do People REALLY Tweet? The Psychology Behind Tweeting!” and it tends to illicit a varying range of reactions to it. Dr. Shawn was one of those people who stumbled on it and couldn’t help but call it a “load of donkey dung” but it was written in such a way that made us interested in contacting Shawn and getting him to re-post some of his articles over at our blog because he’s a man with a perspective.

It was interesting to read his blog and get an insight into how medical professionals use social media and how it’s impacting their business, communication, and how they tame s0cial media to meet their needs rather than follow the crowd when it comes to its usage. In this post he shares with us how he utilizes Twitter, and what he wants to achieve with his usage of the service.

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Stephen Fry: Impressive Reflections on Social Media [videos]

Social Media has impacted human societies in many different way, some people tend to resist changes that impact society fabrics and others focus on how the new youth generation behaves. Social Media has also been a force for democracy, it empowered people to have their own broadcast channels. Stephe Fry, the famous British author reflects on all of that in this video interview.

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