Friday, September 25, 2009

Five for Friday

Here are some good links to share from recent cruising amongst my RSS Reader.

By the way, if you don't have an RSS Reader, I would consider getting one. If you have a Google account, the Google Reader is waiting for you. If you don't have a Google account, you might consider Bloglines. Both are free services. Both provide similar functionality. I did use Bloglines for years before converting to the Google Reader to take more advantage of the inter-operation available with all of Googles' applications and tools.

1 - one of the better explanations I have read of the distinctions amongst Replies, Mentions and Direct Messages.

Concise Guide to Understanding Replies, Mentions and Direct Messages on Twitter – Part 1 of 2

from TwiTip by Lara Kulpa

2 - Seth Godin has another good example of the new version old ways of marketing

The platform vs. the eyeballs

from Seth's Blog by Seth Godin

3 - I recently wrote about finding space between two things to create or make a difference. Here is a very current example of making a difference by using moral imagination!

How to make a positive from an extremist's actions: Use your moral imagination.

from 37days by Patti

4 - From FastCompany, a good story about design that I twittered about on Thursday:
"I don't use the phrase 'design thinking.' Here, it's about creating more value" thx to @pattidigh

5 - and finally as it is the 25th of September, it is also Rapid Fire Learning over at the Joyful Jubilant Learning blog. Yes, if you are a new reader, please say that out loud: "Joyful Jubilant Learning blog". Isn't that a mouthful! It magically brings a smile to your face. It does, amazingly! Learning is fun! So click on over and find out what I learned this month.

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