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The Organizing Power of the Internet

Here Comes Everybody (Shirky) is, in short, a story about how the internet has enabled humans to organize into groups to incite change in ways never before possible. 892 more words

Here Comes Everybody

It's about the relationship

When Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff wrote Groundswell, one of the things they focused on was relationship building. In the relationship that you want to have with your “customers” or potential “customers,” what are the key components you want them to have? 93 more words

Kay L. Colley

Gorgeous Mural Painted on the Handball Court at Tompkins Houses

Earlier this week, the Groundswell Community Mural Project and young artists at the Tompkins House dedicated a new mural that now graces the handball court. Entitled “Compass of Dreams,” it illustrates two complementary scenes across the front and back of the handball wall–according to Groundswell, one side “honors young people’s resilience to overcome challenges,” while the other “celebrates the power of play and imagination.” Here are all the details: 208 more words

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Power of the Groundswell

The purpose of Groundswell is to tap into an audience, know how to post, and capture attention. “Harnessing the Power of Groundswell” lets you know how to connect with the audience. 100 more words

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How to Harness the Power of the Groundswell

Harnessing the power of the Groundswell or Groundswell thinking is how to succeed in social media. This post on MediaPost.com gives you some insight into Groundswell thinking in reaching millennials. 11 more words

Kay L. Colley

The Dialup {Week 3}

Week 3! Actually more like week seven, because as predicted I am really not stellar with the whole follow-through business.

Maybe these kids can help me figure out my calendar, when they’re done solving all the other world problems. 310 more words

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