How to be Lazy and Still get Paid

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A remix of a number of presentations I've given on sharing for Alec Couros' EC&I 831 Graduate Class

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How to be Lazy and Still get Paid

  1. 1. Why I share or Dean Shareski EC&I 831 02.03.09 How to be lazy and still get paid
  2. 2. • Introduc)on • How I got started • Connec)ng with People • Why You Should Share More • How You Could Share More 2
  3. 3. Fancy Book Learnin’
  4. 4. Digital Learning Consultant Prairie South School Division
  5. 5. Everything I Needed to Learn, I Learned in Kindergarten
  6. 6. Play Fair
  7. 7. Put things back where you found them
  8. 8. Flush
  9. 9. Live a balanced life - learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some
  10. 10. Take a nap every afternoon
  11. 11. When you go out in the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands and stick together
  12. 12. Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the Styrofoam cup: the roots go down and the plant goes up and nobody really knows how or why, but we are all like that
  13. 13. And then remember the Dick-and-Jane books and the first word you learned - the biggest word of all - LOOK
  14. 14. S h a re Ev e ryt h i n g
  15. 15. Do you ever wish you could clone yourself?
  16. 16. my Network Replaced Goo
  17. 17. My personal journey The building of a network
  18. 18. h=p://ideasandthoughts.org/2006/05/28/the‐easiest‐masters‐degree‐ever/
  19. 19. 4 Members of my Saskatchewan  Research Team
  20. 20. The Blog
  21. 21. A comment My what a talented soul you are! Blogging is a great idea - I’ll watch this site for new developments. Casey Hales
  22. 22. Discovering RSS Image: 'RSS' www.flickr.com/photos/16824257@N00/569614063
  23. 23. RSS is the  glue that  brings it all  together
  24. 24. “...a world where people subscribe to people, not magazines.”
  25. 25. Ea)ng with my RSS Reader
  26. 26. Breakfast with Stephen h=p://ideasandthoughts.org/2005/11/19/breakfast‐with‐stephen/
  27. 27. Coffee with David Warlick h=p://ideasandthoughts.org/2006/03/23/coffee‐with‐david‐warlick/
  28. 28. Dinner with Bloggers h=p://ideasandthoughts.org/2006/03/27/podcast‐14‐dinner‐with‐bloggers/
  29. 29. Cruising at BLC h=p://ideasandthoughts.org/2007/07/24/483/
  30. 30. Lunch in Manitoba
  31. 31. Chance Mee)ng with CogDog
  32. 32. Dinner in San Antonio
  33. 33. Nice Stories but so What?
  34. 34. Jakes, Cogdog and the Wiki
  35. 35. What does a dead shark smell like?
  36. 36. The Pop In or Quick in and Quick out
  37. 37. The Planned Event
  38. 38. Instant and Useful Feedback
  39. 39. Global is Great but Local is Works Too
  40. 40. My Research Team
  41. 41. We have a history of sharing
  42. 42. What goes on behind closed doors?
  43. 43. Why Share?
  44. 44. Professional Responsibility
  45. 45. Modeling
  46. 46. Reciprocation
  47. 47. What could I share?
  48. 48. Share with... 53
  49. 49. Share with... 54
  50. 50. Share with... 55
  51. 51. Share with... 56
  52. 52. Share with.... 57
  53. 53. Publish then Filter
  54. 54. The less you share, the less power you have Isaac Mao
  55. 55. What are you going to share(ski today? )

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