As we continue to explore alternatives to Change.org we’ve got something exciting to share with this week’s interview with ControlShift Labs. One factor in Change’s success is they allowed regular people to start petitions on issues important to them and run those campaigns with an authenticity professional organizers usually can’t match. What ControlShift Labs does [...]
You might not know this, but Facebook has a team of crack scientists and researchers known simply as the “Data Science Team.” They have access to the largest database of human social interaction ever assembled and they’re working on ways to put that to work for Facebook’s bottom line. But there’s also great potential for missteps along the way.
Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. Well, the cats are on strike this weekend. So we bring you Jon Stewart instead. Below you’ll find items on Code Academy, Communications, Email, Benchmarking reports, and the best meme to hit the Internet this week.
Whether you were ready or note Facebook turned on Timeline for all pages on March 30th. What you’ve likely seen a lot of is write-ups about the new features available to you. This isn’t another piece about features, it’s about strategy.
Friday Linx is a recurring feature on our blog. We’re aiming to bring you a collection of links worth a read and cute cat video to ease you into the weekend. Below you’ll find items on Twitter, Google Analytics, new YouTube features, and new Facebook features.
Given the fast and furious spread of the video Kony 2012, I need hardly introduce it. It’s been described by brilliant people I know and admire as a “gamechanger” and even simply “the future” of activism. Here I break down how it was successful and what you can take away from it.