Category: Social Media

Demoing how powerful is to use at #LS2010

If you haven’t played with you need to check it out. Amazing Web 2.0 technology that allows you to e-mail text, graphics, audio and video and it will automatically assemble and optimize the content for viewing the web. 


Examples Images from the Ariel Web Site.

Here’s example of the world map that allows you navigate to Jazz Hotspots.

Slideshare Presentation from Wednesday on Compression

Project Natal


Learning & Social Media meets at weekly chats – Thursday nights 8.30pm – 10pm. @lrnchat

If you are free on Thursday nights from 8.30 – 10pm eastern, checkout the weekly chat where the moderator posts a question and everyone chimes in with input. The chats have taken place over the past 9 weeks and the logs are posted on their blog at: Great concept and way to learn from people in the field.

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Social Media Presentation Resources & Links

Below are a list of resources and links to web sites from the presentation.

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Build a Community
NING for all Communities
CrowdVine for Conferences

Join a Community  and follow me at and link with me at Nick Floro

Project Discussion Chat with Logging
37 Signals CampFire

Twitter Tools
Application for Mac and PC to write, review and monitor tweets
iphone or Touch for tracking basics stats on Twitter or Google Analytics
Monitoring or Reviewing Hashtags from an event or discussion
Create a URL and monitor how many clicks based on a tweet you create
Review your twitter grade
Mac Application for Tweeting – 
iphone or Touch app for Twitter

Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success by Dan Schawbel

Designing for the Social Web (Voices That Matter) by Joshua Porter

Upcoming Conference on eLearning DevCon 2009 in Salt Lake City June 17-19

Community for the Conference

Allows you to add a mini controller for easy links to your page contents by visitors.

Customize portal for your content and communities under one roof.

TweetDeck .25: The Twitter Desktop Tool and so much more….

If you are using Twitter and looking for a desktop tool, take a look at TweetDeck. It’s in beta, it’s free and it’s available for both mac and windows.

The interface can be used as a simple 1 column feed and tweeter or you can customize it to include groups of friends, Facebook Status, Direct Messages and include several columns of information based on the size of your monitor and your needs.
For a quick tutorial, check out this getting started video by Cali Lewis/ <a href="</p>