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Online Community Standards from Howard Rheingold
Back in the 90s, I was a Howard Rheingold Associate and spent many years on ArtsWire, The Meta Network, The Well, and Brainstorms. Here's Howard's 1998 art of hosting good online conversations list of good advice.
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The Meta Network (TMN) Online Community
I spent my twenties as a denizen of the online community The Meta Network (TMN). The Meta Network (TMN) is an online community dedicated to learning and creative freedom. Founded in 1983, the goal was to make rich interaction possible beyond the limits of time and space. MetaNet continues to thrive as a haven of stimulating resources and conversation in an impersonal Internet.
PSA: your virtual online friends are part of your family
People love you. People care about you. And your business. And your employees, colleagues, and gigs. While only a few will accept the moniker of fanboi, so many others will be forever casually attached.
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In praise of social media mediocrity
Social media rewards consistency, persistence, and attention, even if it isn't super-service or if you take a full 24-hours to respond to a query or concern.
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Has Second Life Cut Its Mullet?
Two Years Later, I Venture Back Into the World We All Forgot
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Blog Community Outreach
A powerful technique for building community on blogs is to find a compelling item about your industry, products, and services, then search for blogs that are already talking about it on Technorati.
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Frank Burns Obituary & Service
Frank Lee Burns died Thursday, December 4, at Seton Health Center, surrounded by his loving family. Frank Burns was born in Colby, Kansas, on November 23, 1939, the son of Oran Burns and Marie Wilson Burns.
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The level playing field
The great equalizing factor, of course, is that nobody can see each other online so the ideas are what really matter.
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What are Online Communities?
People in a virtual community naturally group themselves around common interests.
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A New Dimension of Community
When a group of people with similar interests, concerns, and goals come together, we have the makings of a community.
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