Posts Tagged: social media

Hip hip horray! Artists celebrating at Skagen by Danish painter P.S. Krøyer, 1888

The New “Social Media”

In the early teens “social media” encompassed building community through Facebook, Twitter, and other digital platforms. Now much of this activity should be classified as “paid media.” Facebook charges for advertising and boosting, and digital marketing personnel, writers, photographers, and

Hip hip horray! Artists celebrating at Skagen by Danish painter P.S. Krøyer, 1888

The New “Social Media”

In the early teens “social media” encompassed building community through Facebook, Twitter, and other digital platforms. Now much of this activity should be classified as “paid media.” Facebook charges for advertising and boosting, and digital marketing personnel, writers, photographers, and

Ruth Zamoyta writes on Content Strategy

Content Strategy ~ The Art of Effective Messaging

Two things can change a person’s attitude about your organization: what she sees for herself and what she’s told. She’s going to hear messages from many people, and it’s the job of your communications squad to shape those messages. Messages

Ruth Zamoyta writes on Content Strategy

Content Strategy ~ The Art of Effective Messaging

Two things can change a person’s attitude about your organization: what she sees for herself and what she’s told. She’s going to hear messages from many people, and it’s the job of your communications squad to shape those messages. Messages

The Islamic Prophet Muhammad, 17th century Ottoman copy of an early 14th century (Ilkhanate period) manuscript of Northwestern Iran or northern Iraq (the "Edinburgh codex").

Bring the Mountain to Mohammed…with Digital Media

On Sunday the New York Times reported that Egyptian protesters were demanding “freedom”—not freedom of expression, but rather freedom from insult. It’s not as though they can’t take a joke—just not a joke about Mohammed. A protester in Syndey told

The Islamic Prophet Muhammad, 17th century Ottoman copy of an early 14th century (Ilkhanate period) manuscript of Northwestern Iran or northern Iraq (the "Edinburgh codex").

Bring the Mountain to Mohammed…with Digital Media

On Sunday the New York Times reported that Egyptian protesters were demanding “freedom”—not freedom of expression, but rather freedom from insult. It’s not as though they can’t take a joke—just not a joke about Mohammed. A protester in Syndey told

The Big Bang: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Erupts in Cyberspace

Bound by a city ordinance that prevents it from physically expanding, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has erupted within the infinite expanse of the World Wide Web, blasting particles of information and activity in every direction.  Through the creation of

The Big Bang: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Erupts in Cyberspace

Bound by a city ordinance that prevents it from physically expanding, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has erupted within the infinite expanse of the World Wide Web, blasting particles of information and activity in every direction.  Through the creation of