Monthly Archives: November 2010

RockMelting my world

My students have found some very interesting sites this semester.  A couple of weeks ago, Krisi Hipke contributed a new browser, RockMelt, to the discussion.  RockMelt organizes all of your feeds and friends around the edges of the browser, meaning … Continue reading

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It’s a small world after all

Last week, I agreed to help out a faculty colleague and invite visiting Afghani filmmaker Sahraa Karimi to speak to my students.  She was in town for a few days and looking for classes to visit, and I thought it … Continue reading

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NAMP Part Two: Developing the Next Arts Leaders

My topic for presentation here at the National Arts Marketing Conference is Developing the Next Generation of Arts Leaders. I’ve done a formal presentation with facilitated discussion and a roundtable on the topic and gotten some wonderful ideas. The basic … Continue reading

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National Arts Marketing Project conference notes

I’m at the National Arts Marketing Project Conference, and ideas are flowing like wine (wine is also flowing, but that’s another story).  As you might imagine, a lot of the conversation has to do with social media and technology — … Continue reading

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Breaking news: I’m a geek, and social media works

As readers of this blog know, I’m a big fan of Technology in the Arts.   This blog has been a huge help to me this semester, both in my social media class and in the development of my online … Continue reading

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Warning: this post is Amberized!

I will be short and sweet in this post, something in class we call “pulling an Amber.”   Amber has had great success in her blog posting short messages with fun questions.  I don’t know if my question will be … Continue reading

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Tell me tweet little lies

Here’s a little quiz for you.  Which one of the following is true? You can buy canned unicorn meat on the internet The new health care bill contains a provision for “death panels” who would decide whether people should live … Continue reading

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