Hi. I'm Alex Steed.
You can contact me here: [email_address] alexsteed.com facebook.com/alexsteed twitter.com/alexsteed
"Fund/Participation Raising in the Age of Interactivity or, Getting People to Do Things By Way of the Social Nets.&qu...
There will be less of: "Fund/Participation Raising in the Age of Interactivity” And more of: “ Getting People to Do T...
Enough with explanations. Let's get going.
Part I [The Prelude]:  Multiple choice: Are you a) straight, b) gay, or c) Christian?
Part II: Looking in love for all the wrong places, especially when that includes breaking into cars and stealing people's ...
 
Mood : “In Love”  Terrible poetry  Top friends : Partner in crime  Luke's “baby mama” only a few comments away
Everyone appeared to be playing the “ Top Friends  shuffle”
“ Starting my new...”
Part III: W.W.M.F.T? (What Would Michel Foucault Think?)
 
Confession =  Diagnosis  Diagnosis =  Prescription
(Hell is, by the way, a fabulous selling point. Similarly to the same way you don't want to like the “wrong” music, or hav...
Direct confession  v.  Passive confession
Since social media as a confessional avenue, your product, service, or suggested action serves as a prescriptive solution
Offering constructive prescriptive service as a means of advocacy, or, “Quick! Get there before Viagra, Coke, and a single...
Utopic v. Pragmatic futures
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Alex Steed presented Fund/Participation Raising in the Age of Interactivity or
Getting People to Do Things By Way of the Social Nets at Maine's second Social Media Breakfast.

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  1. 1. Hi. I'm Alex Steed.
  2. 2. You can contact me here: [email_address] alexsteed.com facebook.com/alexsteed twitter.com/alexsteed
  3. 3. "Fund/Participation Raising in the Age of Interactivity or, Getting People to Do Things By Way of the Social Nets."
  4. 4. There will be less of: "Fund/Participation Raising in the Age of Interactivity” And more of: “ Getting People to Do Things By Way of the Social Nets."
  5. 5. Enough with explanations. Let's get going.
  6. 6. Part I [The Prelude]: Multiple choice: Are you a) straight, b) gay, or c) Christian?
  7. 7. Part II: Looking in love for all the wrong places, especially when that includes breaking into cars and stealing people's shit.
  8. 9. Mood : “In Love” Terrible poetry Top friends : Partner in crime Luke's “baby mama” only a few comments away
  9. 10. Everyone appeared to be playing the “ Top Friends shuffle”
  10. 11. “ Starting my new...”
  11. 12. Part III: W.W.M.F.T? (What Would Michel Foucault Think?)
  12. 14. Confession = Diagnosis Diagnosis = Prescription
  13. 15. (Hell is, by the way, a fabulous selling point. Similarly to the same way you don't want to like the “wrong” music, or have bad breath, the threat of GOING TO HELL is the ultimate consumer incentive.)
  14. 16. Direct confession v. Passive confession
  15. 17. Since social media as a confessional avenue, your product, service, or suggested action serves as a prescriptive solution
  16. 18. Offering constructive prescriptive service as a means of advocacy, or, “Quick! Get there before Viagra, Coke, and a singles site does!”
  17. 19. Utopic v. Pragmatic futures
  18. 20. End
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