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The state of geosocial media, 5 years later

In March 2010, I wrote a four-part blog series on geosocial media and its potential for the future. In addition to being fascinating to research, the series earned me invitations to speak at conferences and write articles in real publications. 602 more words


The Unhidden project

Welcome to the first Unhidden blog post!

Following the spirit of the lean startup movement, we’re looking for a number of hypotheses that needs to be validated before starting to spend a whole lot of money into product development and eventually building something that nobody really wants to use. 61 more words


New Media

Folksonomy: By definition is, a classification system derived from user-generated electronic tags or keywords that annotate and describe online content. We use tags all the time on social media to easily find similar posts. 157 more words




I had never created my own geotagged map before! I had heard of geotagging, but had never thought much of it, until my mom got me hooked on Geocaching last summer (2014). 198 more words


Hashtag Takeovers during Crises and What to Do About It.

Today I attended a webinar put on by the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) to learn how to use social media better during a disaster. 513 more words


MMC5006: Mid-Term

Flickr is a photo-sharing website owned by Yahoo. With the ability to explore photos and videos, Flickr opened up its virtual doors to everyone.

What and How: Flickr’s Features… 1,064 more words


Privacy - The New Plastics

The thrust of my Law 2050 class is to develop skills for navigating two forces of innovation in legal practice—innovation “within” the legal industry (technology, outsourcing, etc.) and innovation “outside” the law (new technologies, social issues, etc.). 470 more words

Legal Practice