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  • 1. Content, Context and Collaboration @libby_ol
  • 2. The Self-Publisher Time Warp Comic Sans was just developed last year! Image courtesy: Xerox Hey everyone, it's my new zine ... pass it on ... 1995
  • 3. 2012
  • 4. The Land of Content Is ... So creators should ... Highly populated Keep calm and carry on Search-reliant Content in context Technologically assisted storytelling Write the next chapter
  • 5. Creating content
  • 6. Charlotte Aimes & her world What happens when a 13 year-old girl can't keep her mouth shut? Murder ... and a lot of snowboarding. Deodorants Deo vs. Anti-perspirant? If you go in to the supermarket, you'll see truck-loads of options for deodorants and anti-perspirants. But IMHO not many people know the difference. So here it is, according to the kick-butt Wikipedia: Deodorants are substances applied to the body to affect body odor caused by bacterial growth and the smell associated with bacterial breakdown of perspiration in armpits, feet and other areas of the body. A subgroup of deodorants, antiperspirants, affect odor as well as prevent sweating by affecting sweat glands. Antiperspirants are typically applied to the underarms, while deodorants may also be used on feet and other areas in the form of body sprays. In the United States, deodorants are classified and regulated as cosmetics by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Antiperspirants are classified as drugs by the FDA.[1] Aluminium, anyone? Here's the main issue with most anti-perspirants: Aluminium. The Rider libbyo.wordpress.com ... and you thought zombies were bad.
  • 7. Collaboration
  • 8. The Nuance Map
  • 9. The Libby Lens
  • 10. The Libby Lens
  • 11. The Libby Lens
  • 12. The Libby Map
  • 13. How Libby gets her ideas heard ... ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Know yourself Know your audience (positioning) Know your stories (content) Make it look as good as humanly possible Build context (brand/platform) Collaboration Versatility
  • 14. www.rowinggirl.com/blog @libby_ol