Thursday, 27 September 2007
MySpace.com - JAZAZI Myspace e-Marketing and Management Solution - 45 - Female - Melbourne, AU - www.myspace.com/jacintagascoigne
MySpace.com - JINXIE, Support Act Advocate - 45 - Female - Melbourne, AU - www.myspace.com/jinxsalvic
- Young Aussie Indie Music Talent
- Social Networking Tools
- Young Aussie Indie Music Talent
- Individual Bands/Performers
- DJ Nana Mex - and future radio station
- DownUnda Thunda
- Asylum TV
- Jazazi Pty Ltd
- Social Networking Tools
- Max Merritt and need for aid
- A changing world, how to engage and evolve using the www
- Leading Change
This event has been pulled together in less than three weeks. Those involved have not met face to face. Social Networking Tools, email, skype, phone alone used.
The event is being filmed by Asylum TV and will be shown on air.
Other tools are now being engaged to connect all parties and broadcast live, beam people in and more.
Part two of this amazing journey will appear shortly.
I leave part one with a copy below of a bulletin issued on myspace to promote the event. An interesting read, clearly demonstrating the power of social networking tools.
SOCIAL NETWORKING TOOLS REALLY DO ROCK!
From: "Nana" Mex Promoting Aussie Indies Date: 26 Sep 2007 3:31 PM Subject: Huge Thank You!! Benefit Gig Pre-post Body: What a Country and what an awesome mob of Independent Musos we have in this country!I put out a call for bands to do a free gig, get there, play, get home all for no pay, but to show their support for a legend. The response was even more huge than I could possibly have imagined. I want to say a special thanks to those bands and solo artists who would have had they been able to, and to those who rang just to see what they could do to help. The gig is set, the bands are working together, networking just as MySpace was designed for them to do to pull off this gig, and to see to it we have raffle items, that all musos have needed gear, and now they will begin to promote and sell tickets and make this the most awesome Indie Gig ever. Here are the preliminaries, with major posts, banners and posters to come over the 3 weeks between now and then.==================================================Downunda Thunda Indies for Life ... The Beginnings A Tribute to Max Merritt Friday 19 October 2007Downunda Thunda Radio Promotions in conjunction with* Jazazi Pty Ltd - Social Networking Tools and Related Technologies Consultancy - Education and Industry Globally * Musicland* Asylum TV Presents a benefit Concert Featuring (in alphabetical order)Ancient Free Gardeners GrumpyNeighbours Pete Gare Powerage Sleeplever Shonny Temple of Tunes h
Hours of awesome tunes by 8 of the finest Independent Bands in Australia.8PM - 1AM Musicland1359 Sydney Road FAWKNER, Victoria These socially conscious bands and their support teams are donating their time, talent and music and are working and networking together to provide an awesome night of music for your listening and partying pleasure, the proceeds to go to Max Merritt. There will also be some awesome items raffled off, including Band Shirts and Autographed CD packages, and too many more items to list here, so you will need to attend to find out what else is on the block. Watch This Space for More Info, and watch for posts from these bands about this gig.OH, and bring your "Nana Hugs" with you to the gig, you will want to share!HUGS!!!!"Nana" Mexhttp://rpc.technorati.com/rpc/ping
Wednesday, 12 September 2007
- User control - security to avoid cyberbullying
- Ease of use - one or two clicks - no drilling down into middle earth
- User choice of applications
- Design options
- Established networks
- Interesting networks connected to my area of learning
- Interesting individuals
- Ability to connect with others easily
- Global connections in education, business, charities and music
- Willingness to share
- Willingness to collaborate
- Active participation
- Enjoyable and fun environment
- Mobile functionality
- RSS feeds
- how to enhance learning using web 2.0 and beyond in teaching practice
- how to change the culture of organisation's who continue to reject the us
- how to help others learn and apply web 2.0 and beyond in their practice
- how to network with other like minded souls in a meaningful and productive manner
- how others were already using web 2.0 and beyond in their own teaching practive
- how others were reacting to roadblocks placed in their way by management, educational authorities, government policy
- how the world of web 2.0 and beyond had changed and was changing
- how I could enhance my own learning and teaching practice
- how I could enhance the learning of my children
- learn what was new on the scene
- learn what works and does not work for others
- how to help reduce the fear instilled by the media in many, especially parents
How to successfully use web 2.0 and beyond in business:
How to successfully use web 2.0 and beyond for charities:
- online donations
How to successfully use web 2.0 and beyond for those in the music industry:
- record deals
- radio airplay
- benefit concerts
- and more.......
- Left Menu = place in the left handside menu
- NewsFeed MiniFeed Profile Links Disabled = disable these features for specific applications
- Profile disabled = application unavailable and out of sight
- Menu disabled = application unavailable from the menu
Australian Greens (about) Profile disabled Awareness Ribbons (about) Profile disabled Be an organ donor (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Blipcast: Post & Share videos from Youtube, etc (about) Blog Friends (about) Left menu, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Causes (about) Chinese Zodiac Horoscope (about) Profile disabled Cities I've Visited (about) Class Chat (about) Profile disabled Courses (about) Courses 2.0 (about)Profile disabled Events (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Feed Friend RSS (about) Profile, left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Flickr Gallery (about) Profile disabled Fortune Cookie (about) Profile disabled FunWall (about) Profile disabled Gifts (about) menu disabled Groups (about) Left menu, News Feed disabled Jedi vs Sith (about) JunkYard (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Lyrics Book (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Magic 8 ball (about) Profile disabled Marketplace (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled MediaFire (about) Profile disabled Movies (about) Profile disabled My Questions (about) Profile disabled My Whiteboard (about) My Wikipedia (about) MyFuture (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled MySpace Connect (about) MySpace Link (about) Myspace Mail (about) Profile disabled Myspace Style Surveys NEW FORMAT! (about) Profile disabled Neighborhoods (about) Profile disabled News Headlines (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Notes (about) Photos (about) Poker (about) Posted Items (about) Left menu, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Profile Web Address - http://profile.to /YourName (about) SchoolTube (about) Scrabulous (about) Profile, left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Slates (about) Profile disabled Slideshows (about) Profile disabled Social Chat (about) Profile disabled Social Climber (about) Profile, profile links disabled South Park Character Creator (about) Left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled SpacePlayer (about) Profile disabled Super Wall (about) SuperPoke! (about) Profile disabled Surveys, Petitions, Votes, Polls & Quizzes (about) Profile disabled TinyFB (about) TizMe (about) Profile disabled Top Friends (about) Twitter (about) Left menu, News Feed, profile links disabled WereWolves (about) Which Brain Are You- Right Or Left? (about) Profile, left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled World Friends (about) Profile, left menu, News Feed, Mini-Feed, profile links disabled Why are so few active? I have found those currently active productive and effective, for both professional development and maintaining somewhat of a social network. To have a site where you can add a little personality, even playing games like, poker (I am a loser) or turning others into 'werewolves and biting them (Sue Hickton - I am coming) or just putting a nice comment out for the day, somewhere noticable on your page. Whilst there are numerous other applications to try out, and those already within my applications folder, I have found I need to be wary of making my site, tooooooo bussssssy. Even now as I write, I know that I need to edit the blipcast so that it takes less room and move around a number of other active applications. Note: This is an easy process as you are able to drop and drag the majority of applications to the position that suits you - you are your own instructional designer - oh dear, run to facebook and see if there is any logic anywhere - now:)) Why not delete the other applications? I will be perfectly honest, there are some I am yet to play with enough, to feel confident that they will provide any benefit, to myself or others. Of the others there are many I would like to position on my site, however at this point, the site is already busy and needs no more clutter. The Evolution of a Facebook site As time goes on, the page changes, some applications active yet hidden from full view, only to be found in the menu, some change position to provide maximum exposure for an event, success, cry for help, maybe on your whiteboard or your status. A twitter feed maybe comes in, myspace is accessed, emails retrieved, friends blog feeds and news updates continue, but may move just the same. New applications, continue to be developed before one can view the last 3950. Curiosity may get the better of you, new applications added, old ones revamped, some no longer current deleted. A range a themes, layouts, designs, backgrounds, become more easily accessible. All allowing you to show your creative flair, designing your world, one that you look forward to looking at as much as learning from and sharing, networking with your ever growing friend list and group memberships. For me making a one stop shop, the one I go to in the morning before I look at the online news, the one I hoped many months ago to find, was in my face - sorry - all the time - facebook. Direct Benefits Increased friend base through facebook contacts Increased discussions with others privately on various topics Sharing what I am doing with others Connecting with individuals interested in web 2.0 and beyond in a variety of arenas:
Saturday, 1 September 2007
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