Filed under: Digital Strategy
The baker’s dozen of posts that you all really liked in the last year:
- Social media measurement notes
- Where did the future go?
- everyday acts of innovation
- curating resonant agents
- The future belongs to the few of us still willing to get our hands dirty
- more = betterer
- Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.
- How frickin’ awesome are cardboard boxes…
- Plan, Flow and Discover
- foundations of taxonomy
- how do you describe what you do?
- people and stories
- user pays
My favourite, one of the most important things I’ve ever done and one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to share:
And so what’s the outtake from this year? This blogging thing, this tweeting thing – it’s not about technology.
If you’re not using it to fundamentally try to understand all that what being human is like you’re missing the point.
You can make the invisible visible.
You can preserve and protect the fragile and ephemeral from disappearing.
You can inspire people to do things.
You can create places where people can listen and share; laugh, collaborate and hope; and support and grieve.
My lessons in this fourth year of Get Shouty have been about the real costs of committing to real communities.
And the real value of participating in them.
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