If you want the attention of a public figure, it’s probably worth the embarrassment of offering livestock.
It was telling that a healthy number of attendees tweeted about a presentation across town rather than the one they were attending.
One would expect a pool of gifted creative minds working in an industry that’s under significant pressure would be cutthroat-competitive. It turns out that’s not how they roll.
Studying how practitioners of other disciplines approach their work can help you create innovative solutions.
The worst thing happened to Like when it was hijacked as a tool of guilt. Retweets (RTs) have gone a similar way in amplifying group-think.
It has to be some kind of record. 84,142 people retweeted Barack Obama’s victory tweet this evening.
A CommonCraft-produced video explaining how US Presidents are elected.
I’ll be publishing a number of election-related posts over the coming days. I figured I’d issue this “warning” since many have grown tired of it all.