“But we also started 23andMe to accomplish something that could impact all of us in a much greater way-to change the current research paradigm. The power of 23andMe is in the We. All over the world we can see examples of individuals coming together to change society. “
Social Commerce Summit looks like a very cool conference with some great speakers. As the site puts it: “The agenda is focused on preparing attendees for the present and future of ecommerce. Participants will walk away with practical social commerce strategies and principles.” (NOTE: This is an invite only event this time around)
Yes, this is yet another “upload your video about our product to YouTube and win a prize” marketing campaign, but there’s something intriguing about this more than past efforts by other brands. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s very tight conceptually and execution-wise. Maybe it’s that the starting point is a great concept (initially taking form in a TV commercial). Whatever it is, it’s fun.
“If you want to learn good organization skills look no further than some of the best leaders in the universe…” Sci-fi ship captains. Fantastic, fun read. Seriously, spend some time on this one. Great content and great writing.
Funny concept – Chris interviews himself in order to spread the word about DiSo.
Southwest Airlines scores another social media hit by having their CEO (or his team) participate in LinkedIn Answers. This goes to prove my belief that before building things you should look at what exists already.
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Tons of ideas from some smart folks about marketing and beyond. Long, but worth the time.
It’s always concerned me that there is such a small number of people *truly* in control of Wikipedia, specifically because of stories like this one. What do you think? Does Wikipedia have a fundamental flaw or is this just sour grapes and/or paranoia?
Big news for Web apps and web usage generally. The “global identification” system for the web, OpenID, has picked up some major supporters. Since the debacle that was Microsoft Passport, we’ve longed for a single sign-on type solution for the web that wasn’t… you know… scary as shit. Hopefully OpenID is just that.