A List Of What The Community Needs →
When members know what a community needs it offers them a chance to be influential within the community. It lets members feel important.
Who's ready for another #ThinkUpMtl?
With the recent success of our first #ThinkUpMtl it’s time to start planning for the June edition. That being said, we want to hear from you! If you attended the first edition of #ThinkUpMtl we would like to know what you thought - the pros and the cons? What we can do better or different? Also, please feel free to suggest some topics and drink ideas to the Kai bartenders :) ...
Unfortunetly this happens way to often ...
clientsfromhell: On May 5th, I sent the following… Me: I can begin on the project immediately. Based on the scope of the work to be done, I need until the 30th to complete everything. Client: Let me check with my boss to make sure that timeline works for us. On May 22nd, I received the following Client: Great news! You can have until the 30th!
Reggie Watts disorients you in the most... →
this is brilliant!
#ThinkUpMtl - 1
I would like to thank everyone that came out last night and those of you who watched us live on ustream for helping making this a successful first meetup! I would also like to thank the team at Kai Studios for being such great hosts and bartenders. Make sure to follow us on twitter and facebook to stay in the loop for the meetup, and check out the pics from last night! See you all next month :)
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Members vs. Subscribers
This has always been a topic of debate, at least for me and most of my colleagues, where ever I have worked. In the last post I talked about how most communities are designed for lurkers and, in my opinion, the false value added to big numbers (likes, follows, etc.). I didn’t however discuss the differences between members and subscribers, which I believe to be significant and worth...
Most Communties are Designed for Lurkers
I can’t take credit for the above title or topic of this post, it is inspired by a recent article I read on FeverBee.com - Identifying and Articulating The Benefit Of The Community. I’ve been a community builder and manager for a very long time and I have worked on and with many different kinds of communities and unfortunately many of these communities do not stand the test of time....
Revolutionary User Interfaces →
The human computer interface helps to define computing at any one time. As computers have become more mainstream the interfaces have become more intimate. This is the journey of computer technology and how it has come to touch all of our lives.
#ThinkUpMtl May edition is around the corner -...
When ThinkUpMtl was initialy incarnated the idea was to let the community choose the topics to be discussed/debated at our monthly meetups. This is still the case. However, being that ThinkUpMtl is still in its infancy, a lot people still don’t really get what it’s all about! Me too :) but that is what makes this whole adventure fun and worth experiencing. I had the following topics...
How to Make Work-Life Balance Work
Inspired a by recent post here on ThinkUp, I’ve put together a list of “things” I do to help balance my work-life. If you prefer not to read, check the video I did on dropthedigibomb TV. No one is productive at 80+ hours a week - Let’s face it, nobody is really productive at 80+ hours a week. You’ll burn yourself out and be of no value to anyone. There are always...