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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Mark Wagner tagged socialmedia

By Gary Vaynerchuk, author of Crush It!

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Wes Freyer shares some of his own learning as his daughter's video response to President Obama's speech goes viral (or nearly)... as of this annotation it's been viewed 85,000 times. Wes shares insights into YouTube comment moderation and more (including additional anecdotes in a follow up post).

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This blog is a companion to the Ning I just bookmarked. Their goal "is to challenge adolescents to explore and investigate their roles, identities, and responsibilities in their communities and in the world.
[They] want to encourage, transform, relate, challenge, and share voices,talent, and creativity."

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And this is the mother of all mixedink projects... this is the actual forum for contributing o the open government initiative. Very very cool. I would not have predicted this given only the service's features - the applications of it are amazing.

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This mixed ink project is facilitated by the AP (Associated Press) and focuses on the question "Should the Senate confirm Judge Sonia Sotomayor?" Very cool. And a cool model for how it might be used with students.

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This service turned out to be much cooler than I expected when I got their "check out our service" email back in May. Check out what they're doing for the Sotomayer hearings right now... and see my next two links about their open government initiative.

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An interesting site someone posted on twitter (sorry, I forget who)... and it looks like it might be good for literature teachers and/or students. From the about page: "Our intent: build an experience that is simultaneously a book group, a computer, and a book. We believe firmly that people want to read, annotate and discuss, right there, immersed in the text."

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"The first course management system built on a social network." 'Nuff said. I can't wait to try it out.

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Leslie fisher tipped me off to this cool looking tool. I've shied away from it on account of it not being free, but the concept of your reader as a news stream rather than unread items resonated with me. Here's overall concept of the tool: "Do you use many social services? Annoyed that you have to run 6 different applications? Enter the new revolutionary social app, EventBox. All your services in one place, integrated."

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This also looks like an awesome step in the right direction from the new administration: "The purpose of Data.gov is to increase public access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. Although the initial launch of Data.gov provides a limited portion of the rich variety of Federal datasets presently available, we invite you to actively participate in shaping the future of Data.gov by suggesting additional datasets and site enhancements to provide seamless access and use of your Federal data. Visit today with us, but come back often. With your help, Data.gov will continue to grow and change in the weeks, months, and years ahead."

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