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The rise of the amateur: Shirky’s Cognitive Surplus

The world has a trillion hours of participatory value up for grabs each year. Its called cognitive surplus and what we do with it, how we harness its energy, how we transform it into something of value… is almost entirely up to us. The “us” being talked about here is the educated world, people that […]

30 Days: A Book Review

        As I was reading Gail Z. Martin’s book 30 Days to Social Media Success: The 30 Day Results Guide to Making the Most of Twitter, Blogging, LinkedIn, and Facebook, I couldn’t help but to find myself becoming bored, logging into my own social networking sites to check in. Her mundane explanations […]