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Face Off: WordPress vs. Medium (next on the #smchat #contentseries)

June 27, 2017 by


With Medium offering writers an alternative place to post their work, some wonder about the future of blog sites like WordPress. I just posted on Medium about this. It’s our #smchat #contentseries background frame for WEDS 6/28 at 1pm ET. Read the detailed analysis here: Face Off: WordPress vs. Medium Content developers may have a bias for […]

Social and Self-Publishing: New ways to get your ideas in circulation

October 31, 2012 by


As the blogosphere continues to mature, more and more thinkers are looking at the “next level” platform for getting their ideas in circulation. With little room for debate, the preferred choice is increasingly self-publishing. If you’ve attended #blogchat (SUN 9pET) or #writerschat (SAT 4pET) you’ll know there’s been much discussion about ways writers can establish […]

Social Overload: Are u out of Bandwidth?

June 21, 2011 by


Maybe it’s just me, but keeping track of all that information flying around in TweetDeck and the blogosphere can be daunting. Sometimes it seems there’s just a few tweets too many. It’s like the 160-character idea that just won’t fit in the 140c text box. It can be downright overwhelming. Bandwidth is a technical concept […]

Critical Thinking in 140c: How SM can make us Smarter

May 24, 2011 by


Many (including Malcolm Gladwell, or the latest to fall, the NYT’s Bill Keller) claim it’s impossible to use social media to drive deep, meaningful learning, especially for more complex topics. After all, how much can be said in a 140-character tweet? Like many in the chat and blogging communities – on this topic? I’ll beg […]