People call me The Community Guy
Great Presentations: One more tip for Mac users
A few weeks back, I wrote about my tips for creating a great presentation/speech and one of the tips encouraged you to start a fresh browser, clearing open tabs, your auto-complete history, and any other personal data you wouldn’t want to stumble upon in front of a crowd. For Mac users, I’ve discovered a new […]
SXSW 2008 Recap!
I’m just now finally caught up enough to sit down and write up my quick hit thoughts about SXSWi 2008. The key word for this year was “HUGE“. The crowds, the number of sessions, the keynote debacles, the lines, the number of sit-down meetings, and the quantity of cool things to do and see. Huge. […]
Video: There’s a New Conversation
A couple weeks back, I was honored to join an event in NYC organized by Ted Shelton from The Conversation Group. The event, “There’s a new conversation” focused on what’s happened in the 10 years since the launch of The Cluetrain Manifesto. More on the event, as well as clips of the other speakers on […]
SXSW Panel Concept: Can I count on your vote?
Last year I had an absolutely fantastic time running the “Community Ecology: Finding balance when working with fan groups” session at SXSW. The panel was a great collection of all types of folks, from brands to web-based games to agencies. This year, I swore I wasn’t going to try to speak – I was going […]
Want to know more about LEGO Universe?
As you may know, I’ve been working with LEGO on their LEGO Universe project, helping drive and implement strategy for community relations. It’s all highly, highly top secret stuff, but if you’re interested in learning more about this very cool Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) head to the Ypulse Tween Mashup. My client and friend, […]