Edelman Trust Barometer 2013
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Edelman Trust Barometer 2013

An increase in trust of Government and CEOs isn’t enough to make them more than the two least trusted sources in the 2013 Edelman Trust Barometer.

Constraint-based creativity
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Constraint-based creativity

My Electric Sky podcast didn’t hit stride until I had an epiphany.

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My technology toolkit: what’s hot, what’s not
By January 29, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

My technology toolkit: what’s hot, what’s not

It’s been a while since I’ve shared a list of tools I use regularly. So, here are my What’s Hot and What’s Not lists.

The elusive curve-knuckle-fastball and Parliament
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The elusive curve-knuckle-fastball and Parliament

Samara recently invited me to provide my thoughts on the challeges and opportunities facing Parliament for a piece in the Globe and Mail. Here are the questions they sent and the answers I provided.

Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Jan 20-26
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Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Jan 20-26

Parliament resumes tomorrow. Chief Spence removed herself from the equation. The conditions are ripe for Idle No More’s World Day of Action.

Conference Saturdays: back to camp, and digital lies
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Conference Saturdays: back to camp, and digital lies

Any conference which offers the opportunity to learn, share and connect is worth attending. That’s why I’ve registered for PodCamp Toronto.

Idle No More at two months: top 10 (part 6/6)
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Idle No More at two months: top 10 (part 6/6)

‘Drivers’ and celebrities help energize a movement as illustrated by the top 10 tweeters and tweets of the first two months of Idle No More.

Idle No More at two months: geography (part 5/6)
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Idle No More at two months: geography (part 5/6)

Canada accounted for 79% of all chatter, followed by the United States (16%). The remainder of international mentions combined for 6% of all traffic.

Idle No More at two months: public sentiment (part 4/6)
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Idle No More at two months: public sentiment (part 4/6)

A look at how Idle No More sentiment evolved from 76% positive in early December to 50% in January.

Idle No More at two months: gender (part 3/6)
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Idle No More at two months: gender (part 3/6)

Idle No More was started by four women and functioned as a largely female-driven movement in its early days.

Idle No More at two months: evolution of a community (part 2/6)
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Idle No More at two months: evolution of a community (part 2/6)

Does Idle No More have enough momentum and a good enough growth strategy to see any of it goals across the finish line?

Idle No More at two months: traffic analysis (part 1/6)
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Idle No More at two months: traffic analysis (part 1/6)

The first in a series of posts featuring expanded analysis of the first two months of the Idle No More movement.