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Connection: Tools for the Content Developer’s Network

April 25, 2017 by

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We’re a couple months into the Content Tools series, and we’ve come to solutions to advance social networking. My background frame on Medium introduces 6 tools that can help us: Twitter, Medium, Facebook, Linked-in, Basecamp and Slack note (before you ask): I’m saving Instagram and WordPress for future comparisons and then reviews how they stack […]

More Coffee, Please: The World Hasn’t Changed. Just Yet.

February 25, 2015 by

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Last month in our #socialchange deep dive, we asked: “Can a Cup of Coffee Change the World?”  Based on the turnout and the energized conversation that ensued, it seems the short answer might be “YES”. Thanks again to Jessie Mueller, owner of Rise Coffee Shop in St. Louis, for the java-based ‘pay it forward’ case […]

Can a Cup of Coffee Change the World? Cultivating a Culture of Social Change

January 27, 2015 by

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Our conversations on social change have been known to jump around.  They have had local and global dimensions.  They’ve required strategic vision and tactical messaging.  We’ve put out calls for boundless energy and borderless empathy, seeking in ourselves and others the ability to navigate nuances of the creative and the structured. Where do we start?  […]