Tag Archives: Carnegie Mellon University

What I learned from working with 50+ companies on social projects..

Well, we are three weeks into the spring semester and I still haven’t reflected on the previous semester.   I thought I would put together some thoughts on the transitions I have seen in putting together “Measuring Social” over the past … Continue reading

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SXSM – South by So Much…

As I was weeding through all the SXSW panels for 2013, I realized the last time I blogged was before SXSW in March.  Yikes, that’s pathetic.  So, my vow for the new year (school year that is) is to blog … Continue reading

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How did this crowd get in my office?

A few weeks ago in our Measuring Social class, we had a panel exploring issues around crowdsourcing.  This was just a terrific panel.  It had a lot to do with the panelists who participated which included: Ross Kimbarovsky from crowdSPRING … Continue reading

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It Takes a Village….

Back in January of 1996, Hillary Clinton went on tour to promote her book “it takes a Village, and others lessons children teach us” The book was pivotal in drawing attention to the fact that individuals and groups outside the … Continue reading

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