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    • 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.
    • 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*