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  1. 1. Failing in the right direction.Kate CarruthersReorganising work in regards to social media.Social media changes everything. Underlying most if not all of how we communicate.1: Focus2: Operational tempo3: Skills4: Resources5: TrustSocial Tempo: continuous engagement.Shifitng resources.“What’s the ROI of your mother?”Manifesto for agile software.Learning doesn’t happen from failure itself but rather from analysing the failure, making a change,and then trying again. Over time this gives you a deep understanding of the problem domain. –Michael Hunter – Fail Fast 2005http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michael/archive/2005/08/17/failfast.aspxhttp://www.slideshare.net/carruthk/failing-in-the-right-directionSlideshare.net/carruthkMaking the impossible, possible.Nic HodgesFailing often, failing fast.Social media does not mean just facebook.Social means connection.
  2. 2. Mirroring our online and offline connections.Out of social networks came the WWW. (IRC, ICQ, BBS boards)Online projection of our offline self.Social media returning to a collective mindset.Things that were impossible that are becoming possible.Social creation platforms: Wikipedia, soundcloud, quoraSocial curation: Pinterest, tumblr, svpplySocial funding: Kickstarter, pozible,bandcampSocial Data: data.gov.au, kaggle (making data science a sport), digital public library of americ, havardlibrary motivation lab.A powerful and important trend.Issues: Authenticity, too much information, sea of content, rights of use, trust, privacy.*labs.mediacom.com*

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