Report from Webcamp Montreal, Part 3

Posted by on Nov 15, 2008 in Blog | One Comment

Final part of this report: developing a digital plan for Quebec — Un Plan Numerique pour le Québec. We decided to Collaboratively create a first draft using a wiki. The city of Melbourne, one participant pointed out, uses a wiki for Future Melboure, the community of Melbourne’s long-term plan for the future direction of all […]

Montreal

Posted by on Nov 14, 2008 in Blog | 2 Comments

Almost 3:30AM. Instead of sleeping I read the thoughts and followed the connections between the people I’ve been meeting in Montreal. I am so aware of coming in to the middle of a conversation. Into the middle of something that’s already busy and vibrant and been going on for a long time now. And what […]

Report from Webcamp Montreal, Part 2

Posted by on Nov 13, 2008 in Blog | One Comment

As promised, here is Part 2 of my report from Webcamp Montreal. Again, only the shiny stuff… If you recall, we were talking about conversations and community. A community has to have: 1. une memoire / a memory 2. des sujets communs / shared topics I relate to the idea of a shared memory. I […]

Report from Webcamp Montreal, Part 1

Posted by on Nov 12, 2008 in Blog | No Comments

Thanks to Patrick (all my blogs will now start with this phrase!) today I attended Webcamp Montreal. Since I’m a practical girl, interested in facilitation and open space meetings, and think it’s important to document and share HOW we can work better together I’m starting out by sharing the meeting rules and non-rules. Rules 1. […]

Enterprise Microsharing Tools Comparison

Posted by on Nov 2, 2008 in Blog | No Comments

Laura Fitton and the folks at Pistachio consulting have just released a Enterprise Microsharing Tools Comparison report, which compares nineteen applications that companies can use for microsharing inside of companies. You can download it from Scribd.com. Non-profits and social-change initiatives should look closely at how micro-sharing can work for them, as well as folks interested […]

Brandstreaming & Social Media Releases

Posted by on Oct 31, 2008 in Blog | One Comment

Found some interesting stuff while poking around online tonight. Brian Solis, The Definitive Guide to Social Media Releases and Steve Kayser’s comment on it. Jeremiah Owyang, How Brands Will Use FriendFeed Richard MacManus,  Brandstreaming: What Is It & Who’s Doing It? Sarah Perez, The Future of Blogging Revealed (on lifestreaming) Was just able to skim […]

Hugh McGuire: Books Versus Ebooks

Posted by on Oct 28, 2008 in Blog | 2 Comments

Hugh has a great post on books versus ebooks. Well worth the read. It also includes a list of places you can get free ebooks. A teaser: Reading an ebooks is just “another way” to be reading, it’s not necessarily a replacement of a hard copy of a book. After all, I prefer to talk […]

For my American friends: the Elite Escape Plan

Posted by on Oct 27, 2008 in Blog | 5 Comments

Sent to me today by a friend in the United States. Gotta love a man with a Plan B.

Jim Jarmush: Nothing is original

Posted by on Oct 20, 2008 in Blog | 3 Comments

Before I share my thoughts on RIP: A Remix Manifesto, I want to pass on this quote that some lovely person posted on the Boing Boing post discussing it. It’s Jim Jarmusch‘s fifth rule of film-making: Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, […]

RiP: A remix manifesto

Posted by on Oct 17, 2008 in Blog | No Comments

Thanks to Patrick (once again), I scored a ticket to the premiere of Brett Gaylor‘s new film: RiP: A remix manifesto. I learned about the film on Véro’s blog a few weeks ago and really wanted to see it. Lately I’ve been thinking more and more about things open, creative commons, and remix (read/write) culture. […]