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Potential for action via social media. Story of meeting like-minded Criminal Justice activists in 2 ways: face-to-face and on twitter.

Potential for action via social media. Story of meeting like-minded Criminal Justice activists in 2 ways: face-to-face and on twitter.

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  • 1. Networking for Impact:
    • Networks and Social Media
    • (Really Can) Kick Ass!
  • 2. Intro to a Friend of Mine
  • 3. Reflections of a (Hybrid) Free Agent ...
    • @daleindigo
    • (me)
  • 4.  
  • 5.  
  • 6. 5 very cool things about social media:
      • 1. Serendipity
      • 2. Experimentation + Mistakes = Success
      • 3. Improbable Connections
      • 4. Openminded Spirit
      • 5. Network Effect
  • 7. Finding like-minded folks ... Who Else Is Out There?? Both On-line and On-land
  • 8. The Story of 1 Free Agent (me) + 2 Relationships Deanna Zandt @PrisonReformMvt
  • 9.  
  • 10. Getting to know Deanna
    • F2F in Elevator at PDF
    • Tweet via Foursquare
    • DM via Twitter
    • F2F in Cafe
    • Text message to Sally Kohn
    • F2F dinner and music later
    Creating trust and deepening connections
  • 11. !!
  • 12. Looking for CJ Folks on Twitter ... # and finding ...
  • 13. (Hashtag) #CJReform!!!
  • 14. and starting to “hang out” there regularly ...
    • Listening
    • Learning
    • Starting to notice and follow
    • Adding my $0.02
    • Getting followers
  • 15.  
  • 16. Noticing @PrisonReformMvt And beginning to get to know her ...
  • 17.  
  • 18. How about doing a “tweet-chat” sometime? some and how to do one ... Wanna jump in the water??
  • 19.  
  • 20. #TeresaLewis
  • 21. Theresa Lewis executed Lewis was executed Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010, for the crime she did nearly eight years ago, despite the strong objection and protest. She was led by officers into the death chamber at 8:55 p.m., according to Washington Post. Apologizes to stepdaughter On the way to the chamber, the anxious-looking Lewis asked officers whether Kathy Clifton, the daughter and sister of her victims, was in the chamber. Kathy was in an adjacent witness room blocked from the inmate's view by a two-way mirror. She said: "I want Kathy to know I love you and I am very sorry."
  • 22.  
  • 23. After the Tweet Chat ... what comes next??
  • 24. 6 months in 2010 ...
  • 25. Acceleration of Serendipity …
  • 26. Final Message ... And who knows where it might go?! Just Try It Out!!
  • 27.  
  • 28. THE END! or really, just the beginning ...
  • 29. Thanks!
  • 30.
    • Photo: Web by kurtxio
    • Marcel the Shell with Shoes On: Dean Fleischer-Camp and Jenny Slate: http://bit.ly/MarcelTheShell
    • Convio Social Media Guide: Going Social
    • Photo: People by Pieter Musterd
    • Photo: Getting to Know You by olliegirl
    • Photo: Out On A Limb by dawnzy58
    • Steve Bridger, BeGoodBeSocial, Building Relationships through Networks, http://slidesha.re/c5H1uI
    • Photo: Modern Water Cooler by Alexey 05
    • Photo: Hands Clapping by Lolaluvsme
    CREDITS and THANKS!!!
  • 31. What ’s one “Social Media Thing” you do NOW ????
  • 32. What ’s one “Social Media Thing” you might try TOMORROW ??!!
  • 33. Thanks!