Follow Beth - 3 - jun 13, '07

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1. CPsquare as anon protif

2. History of these calls

2.1. Deep

3. Participants

3.1. John Smith

3.1.1. peeked at Beth's blog

3.2. Beth Kanter

3.2.1. Games for Change

3.2.1.1. 2 days

3.2.1.2. Mixed reality panel

3.2.1.2.1. Beth facilitated

3.2.1.2.2. mixed media

3.2.1.2.3. Many layers

3.2.1.3. another communitiy

3.2.2. Netsquared meeting in SF

3.2.2.1. slideshare

3.2.2.1.1. Powerpoint

3.2.2.1.2. NPtech communinty

3.3. Etienne Wenger

3.3.1. Interested in emergent commnity that Beth's pulling together

3.4. mari ann

3.4.1. Foundations Workshopo Participatint

3.4.2. New Zealnad

3.5. Cristina Costa

3.5.1. Was in George Siemens forum last week

4. Final comments

4.1. JS

4.1.1. overwhelm & human values

4.2. Sus

4.2.1. Very interesting to hear about

4.3. Beth

4.3.1. Helpufl

4.3.2. at Games for change

4.3.2.1. How measure learning

4.3.2.1.1. Old metrics don't work

4.3.2.2. Research & learning environments

4.3.2.2.1. redefines research

4.3.3. Research

4.3.3.1. http://nptag.wikispaces.com/

4.3.3.2. http://bethkanter.wikispaces.com/Making+Media+Conference

4.3.3.2.1. 13 different tools

4.3.3.3. Horizon report

4.3.3.4. http://ncna.wikispaces.com/

4.4. EW

4.4.1. rephrase JDS question: where's the potential

4.4.2. recognize

4.4.3. ready to form

4.5. Mariann

4.5.1. a lot of potential

4.5.2. trying to build up framework

4.5.3. Jumping from one platform to antoher

4.6. Cristina

4.6.1. Dealing with skype

4.6.2. WiA has an email list as a launching pad

4.6.2.1. Home is "the Yahoo group"

4.6.2.2. Becoming a webheads Yahoo group

5. Beth's role as "Network weaver"

5.1. Meta facilitator

5.1.1. Where is it?

5.2. Distributed CoPs around SOcial media apps

5.2.1. list of them

5.3. is there such a thing, should there be?

5.4. Multi-membership coach?

5.5. Content and technology

5.5.1. NPtech on face-book, not just tagged

6. Beyond NPTECH tag stream

6.1. Facebook

6.2. wiki

6.3. slideshare

6.4. video

6.5. flickr

6.6. Yahoo pipe

6.6.1. various ones

6.6.2. merge RSS feeds & refine

6.6.3. Hard to use?

6.6.3.1. Sus couldn't get it to work

6.6.3.2. Geeky people who made it work

6.6.3.3. Insert things in the tag stream that SHOULD be there

6.6.4. Can use / subscribe to other people's pipes

6.6.5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cambodia4kidsorg/413619224/

6.6.6. http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2007/03/what_lies_benea.html

6.7. upcoming

6.8. delicious tag

6.8.1. only used by 29 people

6.9. Technoratti

6.10. email version

6.10.1. different audience

6.11. blog summary

6.12. Twitter

6.12.1. completely based on individuals

6.12.1.1. whatever Joe says in interesting should be tagged

6.12.1.2. Ed could use

6.12.2. Sus: it looks silly

6.13. Non profit island in SL

6.13.1. It IS a CoP

6.13.2. CoPs need for a place

6.13.2.1. which comes first? the place or the community?

7. Can we separate social from technical?

7.1. Intoxication of the technologies

7.2. What's happening in Non profit technology about social media

7.3. Difference between a CoP and a network

7.3.1. value of a messy stream

7.3.2. Where does it lead?

7.3.3. A developmental view

7.3.3.1. not just an information pipeline

7.3.3.2. Am I connected to the right pipeline

7.3.3.3. Correcting each others' use of a tag is a sign of community formation

7.4. Many communities are forming in Beth's world

8. what comes out of all this beyond the geeky pleasure of mashup?

8.1. That's the reason for the summary

9. Platform Jumpers

9.1. Were on facebook a few months ago

9.2. NPtech folks on facebook

10. Leadership

10.1. Many forms

10.1.1. Human aggregator

10.1.1.1. Scoble's methods

10.1.2. curators

10.2. Supported by the technology

10.3. Workshop quiz by beth

10.3.1. how many RSS feeds do you follow

10.3.2. a dozen

10.3.2.1. follow the aggregators

10.3.3. several hundred

10.4. How identify them?

10.4.1. a subject-matter aggregator

10.5. Do communities form around aggregators

10.5.1. hierarchies of aggregators

11. Librarians

11.1. practices developed slowly

11.2. work did not happen in real time

11.3. What happens to our skills & their relevance