Chris – our expertise. share it.
Beth – the best way to be a techie is to know people who know more than you.
other guy – we don’t have any 12 year olds in the room
loretta – i have a background in chemistry. i know how to blow thinggs up. so, i know with tech i’m not going to blow anythin up.
west 120th street in manhattan dug up. colleague – librarian told me i don’t have to come in to the library, i could get a “MODEM”. bought a book and couldn’t understand the instructions for getting online.
Beth – what is a blog. how many people konw.. who doesn’t. I try to define it.
vanessa – interactive. more interactive
kai – dont want organization to have static feel.that we are givin you information. instead you have an experience.
beth – i started blogging in 2001 and was clueless for about a year and then people started commenting. i then realized other people had blogs and i could read them and we could folllow each others conversations.
heather – it’s how you set them up. personal websites almost not difference. it’s just a piece of software that makes it like 30 seconds to set up.
loretta – very important shifts taking place. everyone in the world could not create their own web site. now with bloggin you can without spendin money to do it
heather – very personal first blogs were very personal.
loretta – voice has shifted.
beth – way to build a community, to have community conversation. styles of conversation. single author blog. my podium, my diary that I’m sharing. then multiple author blog. that’s what the NCDD blog is.
Blogrolls. More on blog structure. What is a blog. B/c of the blogroll you know we are looking at you.
Question from Avis. Do bloggers have to worry about hackers and spam?
Beth – yes you do and it has to do with what platform you are on. is there a techie in the room? Andy?
a guy – hacking no not really. comment spam, yes… (he explains a bit)
beth – does anyone moderate comments?
guy – some blogs. the one on workflow. because fortune 500 company people come on there and I don’t want them seeing v111aaaagra ads.
beth – so it can be useful to moderate. For me the comments are the most useful part of my blog. I have made so many connections and learned so many things.
Loretta – we are going to have 400 people at the conference.
Beth – i’ll show how easy it is to comment.
[now I am reading my email. and laura is reading our mom’s secret blog and giggling. okay now I’m paying real attention again. sorry, social overload, had to check out.]
Loretta and Beth – explaining more about blogging with demo. Demo of commenting, posting, editing a post. Can fix stuff on the fly. Can go back and add last names. Fix typos. Beth has the cheat sheets for brainjam. cliff notes for every topic. (must change, must not use cliff notes name.) It’s all on the ncdd blog, right here.
magnificent report by Ideaware on decsion making grid.
is there anything you can keep revisions, history of document…
Yes. try wikis, basecamp tools.
Loretta – conversations, starting new posts.
Beth – photos. flickr. incredible photo sharing community. old model was post your photos to the web private and only share them specifically with friends and family. flickrr you share them witih the community of the world. who uses it? (show of hands) khanh?
Khanh – I use it just to look at my friend’s photos. Off his blog.
Beth – more on flickr, demo, tags, comments, surfing, tag clouds.
MJ – clusters. flickr tries to group stuff on similar subjects.
2 thoughts on “NCDD Brainjam notes – afternoon”
Please provide the URL to your mom’s secret blog. Please!!!
Thanks for taking great notes!