Media Ubiquity: Navigating the *New* New Media Universe

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A Brief Presentation from the WAM! (Women, Action and the Media) Mini Conference Held at New York's Hive at 55 on March 27, 2010. …

A Brief Presentation from the WAM! (Women, Action and the Media) Mini Conference Held at New York's Hive at 55 on March 27, 2010.

Part of a panel entitled "Emerging Media Technologies"

I attempt to answer the question: There is an overload of sources for media and information that is constantly updated. How do you filter to read only what's necessary?

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  • The new media universe is a big one. If you’re overwhelmed, you’re not the only one.
  • Some people actively use their smartphones when they leave the desk. Do you have to? Some say yes, some say no.
  • Yes, that’s my Google Reader account. Over 1000+ unread items.

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  • 1. Media Ubiquity: Navigating the New New Media Universe
    Julie Blitzer
    WAM! It Yourself NYC Conference
    Saturday, March 27, 2010
  • 2. http://xkcd.com/256
  • 3. Media Follows Us Everywhere
    Email (and now Buzz)
    Social Media
    Mobile
    Reading Devices: Kindle, iPad
    Even on Plane Flights
    Print
  • 4. What’s New in New Media?
    Everyone Is Mobile
    Location-based Services
  • 5. Audience Poll: Are you using FourSquare or Gowalla?
    Do they help promote your work at all?
    Safety and security risks?
  • 6. Media is Everywhere. Do we have to use it all the time?
    That’s up to you. (I don’t.)
  • 7. Avoiding the overload
    Don’t try to read everything.
    (confession: this is my account.)
  • 8. Tips & Tricks
    Twitter: Use lists, TweetDeck, HootSuite or another service to follow only what matters.
    Twitter: searches for your issues.
    Email lists: Let your peers read everything and tell you what matters.
    Google Reader and Buzz: Good if you check often.
  • 9. Thanks!
    http://advomatic.com
    newprojects@advomatic.com
    Twitter: @advomatic
    http://advomatic.com/julie
    blitzer@advomatic.com
    Twitter: @zhuli