Intel’s Visual Life Campaign

“The people you know, the places you visit, the things that inspire you… together, these represent your unique Visual Life, and we want to celebrate it! People from around the world have uploaded photos and videos giving us a peek inside their visual lives.” From Intel’s Website

Share Your Visual Life

Share Your Visual Life

Ad agency, Amsterdam Worldwide, unveiled a series of blogger films, called “Visual Life,” for technology brand Intel back in January 2011. The series showcased top bloggers discussing how they use technology and how it has transformed their work.

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The first video of the series documented the work of fashion blogger and photographer Scott Schumann, The Sartorialist. The video generated around a quarter of a million views in its first two weeks and has been viewed more than 850,000 times on YouTube and the Intel site, helping increase Intel’s YouTube channel views by 200%.

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50 Great Ways Colleges Are Using Facebook [Reblog]

Facebook Mosaic

Facebook Mosaic

The Thoughtpick team is dedicated to bringing you top of the line social media tips and howtos in order to help you get the most of your online experience. Therefore, today we will be reblogging this great article we found at onlinecollegecourses.com: 50 Great Ways Colleges Are Using Facebook.

Colleges have fully embraced Facebook as a way to interact with current and prospective students, alumni, and even the general public. It’s a natural fit for finding and communicating with students who are online all the time anyway, and affords colleges a seemingly limitless opportunity for sharing photos, recruiting new students, featuring professors and visiting speakers, and bolstering the image of the institution. Here are 50 great ways colleges are using Facebook.

Now you can b**** about your job on Facebook & get away with it!

As soon as Facebook use became ubiquitous we started hearing about more and more people who have lost their jobs due to the service. There are plenty of stories, from those caught skipping work to attend a Halloween party to those who just unloaded on their boss after a bad day. Although people tend to be careless, they are still entitled to voice their grievances to their co-workers and other people around them. That’s exactly what a Connecticut court ruled a few days ago, and that employers should not restrict their workers from talking about their jobs on social media sites

The Evolution of The Blogger [INFOGRAPH]

It is really amazing how the blogger evolved from the early 90’s till now, and it’s astounding sometimes looking back the manner people blogged back in the days of having a Geocities page meant making a statement and was a big deal to how now we make a public statement every few minutes.

So reading about this in a post on Tomorrow’s museum that gave a brief history of blogs since their inception reminded me of a cool infograph that I caught on Flowtown. Here is a little taste of the post followed by the infograph.

5 Top Tips for Engaging Your Audience Starting Every New Year!

5 Top Tips for Engaging Your Audience Starting Every New Year!

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5 tips for engaging your audience starting every new year!

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Blogging Tools I Can’t Live Without

Blogging Tools I Can’t Live Without

Save it For Later

When creativity one of the first thing that people associate it with it is this sense of divine inspiration, the spark. This spark is the moment when a solution crystallizes in the mind of the creator, were the string of the puppeteer are hinged and the creator becomes an automaton focused solely on achieving his vision. But this...

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Social Media Sobriety Test: Don’t Drink & Tweet!

Social Media Sobriety Test: Don’t Drink & Tweet!

How many times did you get back home drunk and started tweeting or updating your Facebook status without really knowing what it is that you are typing away? Have no fear, the sobriety test is here!

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XKCD’s Map of Internet Communities 2010

XKCD’s Map of Internet Communities 2010

Click For The Larger Version

It's as if Randall Munroe of XKCD has been eaves dropping on the conversation. Shortly after Ethan Bloch posted his updated version of Munroe's original Map, which we posted on this blog earlier on last month, he went and posted his own take on the Map of Online Communities 2010 and it is LEGEND... wait for it... ARY !

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The Gratitude Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

The Gratitude Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Sometimes, it is hard for us to sound the words "thank you" when we feel gratitude towards those who serve the community, whether they are military personnel or others. This is how the idea for this campaign began.

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Old Spice “The Man You Could Smell Like” Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Old Spice “The Man You Could Smell Like” Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

If I were to ask you the following question: What differentiates a good social media campaign form an extraordinary one? What would your answer be? Mine would definitely be: Old Spice "Re:Tweet" Campaign!

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