Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary
JUNE 30, 2010
pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary by Pam Dyer on June 30, 2010 Share The social media landscape is changing quickly, and it’s filled with terms that are strange to those who aren’t familiar with it. Comments are a primary form of two-way communication on the social Web.
Pinterest Review: What is So Pinteresting About Pinterest?
MARCH 13, 2012
You may or may not have heard, but there is a new social media site called Pinterest. Unlike other social media sites where the main focus is to build a profile, with Pinterest, the emphasis is on “pinning” pictures that interest you to your various pin boards (hence the name Pinterest). Social Bookmarking Social Media
12 (of the) Best WordPress Guides and Plugin Reviews of 2011
JANUARY 30, 2012
These add-ons make it easy to add an incredible variety of functionality to the platform, from contact forms and photo galleries to social sharing and ecommerce capabilities. Pam Moore reviews 50 of her favorite WordPress plugins, divided into categories for social sharing & engagement, design and image enhancements, search engine optimization, and development (e.g.,
Main Page - Social Patterns
AUGUST 24, 2009
Home About The Book Patterns Events Designing Social Interfaces Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools Log in / create account Navigation Main Page Community portal Current events Recent changes Random page Help Search Toolbox What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Printable version Permanent link Main Page From Social Patterns Jump to: navigation , search #What is this site? Contents 1 Social Patterns & Best Practices 1.1 Social Media 1.4 5+ Anti-Patterns 1.5 Social Patterns Presentations and Workshops 4.2
Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention
JUNE 23, 2009
Instead, we argue that the emerging social media provide new methods for choreographing attention in line with the performative conventions of any given situation. As agents of socialization, the onus of responsibility has long rested on educational institutions to combat the epidemic of wandering minds and diminishing attention spans. Distraction and attention go hand-in-hand.