Please check out this post and my comment on it – a fellow student’s experience with delicious. Have you tried and social bookmarking sites (Pinterest included)? How about academic social bookmarking sites? Look into them! Let the others know what you think!
Posts Tagged ‘Week’s best’
The post I really enjoyed last week was Xin’s visual reading reflection. Check it out!
I took a quick look at the past two weeks in class blog posts, and here’s what stood out to me:
- Self-organizing the self – neat video found by Geovon
- Everything is miscellaneous… except towels – loved the application of concepts to everyday life, and the combination of conceptual thinking with a warm, personal tone.(GenXRecon)
- Alex’s reading notes for Everything is Miscellaneous are enthusiastic! So maybe he doesn’t hate (all) reading, after all 🙂
- And a neat idea from GenXRecon – demonstrating how, if you make ideas yours by applying them to your own interests, you may come up with interesting new research topics.
What’s been your week’s best? Consider writing such posts now and again – they are a great way of showing what you’ve read (and commented on)!
A couple of posts I enjoyed last week:
- Mike’s review of Foursquare – I invite you to experiment with new (for you) social media sites and review them. As you do so, consider how they could be used beyond personal means. Imagine scenarios that would make them useful at work, for example.
- GenXRecon’s reading reflections on crowdsourcing.
What post(s) did you enjoy most last week?
Here are some student posts I very much enjoyed this week:
- Mike’s case study about social media use in the NHL is very well done, very informed. Mike explains what Shanahan does, and evaluates his social media tactics. Also from Mike, this post about an SNL parody – must see 🙂
- I also enjoyed Xin’s reflection on the readings and class discussion. I really wish I saw more reflections of class discussions. I really wonder what you get out of them, what to think, how to make them more useful.
- It was very interesting to read Geovon’s post about crowdsourving capital for start-ups. Yet one more good use of crowdsourcing!
What post (from class our outside) stood out to you this week?
I really enjoyed the thoughtfulness of these posts written last week (seems like ages ago!)
- Hanjun’s reflections on self-presentation and identity management
- GenXrecon’s reflections on the implications of individual identity management on the organization’s brand
What posts stood out to you in the past week (or two?)
These are a couple of blog posts from class that stood out to me this past week:
- Hanjun’s thoughtful reflection on the experience with the second presentation
- Chris’s review of a new social media app, Trippy.
What stood out to you this week among the blog posts written by TECH 621 students?