Replublished Christopher Kremmer, UNSW Australia There’s an old saying in journalism: “All news is local”. It means that news, wherever it comes from, needs to engage the interest of its local audience if it is to succeed. But read today’s … Continue reading Global journalism needs global ethics
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Breaking Down “Work Out Loud” One of my favorite phrases to use for describing behaviors and critical outcomes of using Social Collaboration tools is “Work Out Loud.” So I was thrilled (from afar) to see some of the tweets around the topic from the Santa Clara version of the E20 Conference a few weeks ago. The terminology emerged from a few sessions, most notably the session by Brian Tullis and Joe Crumpler titled “In the Flow: Patterns of Observable Work.” I also love Joe’s follow-up blog post, Narrating Your Work, as a testimonial to the concepts working in action. So… Continue reading When will we Work Out Loud? Soon!
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‘Life Flip’ is the exploration of what our life will look like as contributing and valuable citizens in our later years ie past the 60+ of typical retirement. It is a specific project chartered under the banner of the Unearthing Ideas … Continue reading LIFE FLIP; It’s Time for the A Team
Unlike the federal election this weekend – we had two winners.
One for the whites, and one for the reds.
Wine that is.
But what is a “wine in the bag” or blind wine tasting event? Well, this is how New York Wines have described it,
“We don’t wear blindfolds, or even Lone Ranger masks. A blind tasting simply means we have no idea what specific wines we are tasting. We usually know the varietal (or type of wine) and the vintage (year the grapes were harvested), and a few (but not most) competitions include the price category as well. But we never know the brand, rarely the country or region of origin; and we never see a bottle, even in a brown paper bag (because the capsule could give away the winery’s identity)”
For our event, we knew the brand and type of wine and it went from there. There were three bottles of white – and three bottles of red!
Respect and thanks go to Glen Urbani for his organisation of the #wineinthebag event for us; it’s an awesome concept, and lots of fun!!
And as he said, “A big thank you needs to (also) go to Luke Kelly the manager at the pub (Hyde Park) who bent over backwards to help set up the event. Top bloke! And Stewie on the night for his fantastic service.“
The Hyde Park service was perfect indeed. From the specially selected menu, to the help with our wine selection for the “wine in the bag” concept, they helped create a relaxed, fun atmosphere for us winelovers to play, where nothing was too much trouble.
Big congratulations go to Sonia and Litsa for their respective wins…
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A wonderful evening of laughter and yummy wines with good food. We dusted off our corkscrews (remember those?) as it was time for another DeadRed wine group event! Our birthday girl Litsa, provided the slow cooked leg of lamb and roast … Continue reading Unearthing a Dead One #15
Includes 3 practical tips to use Live; consider, check and collaborate. Continue reading Facebook “We’re Live”; 3 Practical Tips
They share, “Based on this Twitter project with middle schoolers and Becker’s subsequent doctoral research with high school students, we found students learned through Twitter in multiple ways.” Continue reading What happens when middle schoolers take to Twitter? They become learners
If Facebook is a microcosm of wider electoral feeling, Turnbull has work to do. But the main message from Facebook is that, between them, the nation’s two main political leaders are “liked” online by less than 2.5% of eligible voters. Continue reading If this is the Facebook election, the major parties should be a little concerned
What a great article. Being useful comes in all forms, but its the little things and timing which support useful too. Great article. Have a read. “Two words of advice you rarely hear.” @vanschneider https://medium.com/desk-of-van-schneider/two-words-of-advice-you-rarely-hear-8024f9b160b5 Continue reading “Two words of advice you rarely hear.”