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Inspired by Lynn Twist’s Gertrude story @squareholder facilitates collaboration to grow communities #ignitebgi http://t.co/1b3Ekbls - Christopher Allen
Inspired by Lynn Twist’s Gertrude story @squareholder facilitates collaboration to grow communities #ignitebgi http://instagram.com/p...
At #IgniteBGI (@ Bainbridge Graduate Institute - Seattle Campus w/ 2 others) [pic]: http://t.co/v4FOeUI8 - Christopher Allen
At #IgniteBGI (@ Bainbridge Graduate Institute - Seattle Campus w/ 2 others) [pic]: http://t.co/v4FOeUI8
Whitney Hess » Pleasure and Pain » Being Good - http://whitneyhess.com/blog...
Interesting article talking about the recent departures of Apple's Forstall and Microsoft's Sinofsky. Some people praise these moves as they were abrasive and not very collaborative, others fear their absence will mean decisions made by committees and lowering of standards. KEYQUOTE: "Being good mean - Christopher Allen
Bainbridge Graduate Institute · The Pioneer of Sustainable Business EducationIgnite BGI · - http://www.bgi.edu/event...
Heading to Seattle to see graduates of my “Using the Social Web for Social Change” class present tonight at #IgniteBGI http://t.co/LWrLsMTp - Christopher Allen
Heading to Seattle to see graduates of my “Using the Social Web for Social Change” class present tonight at #IgniteBGI http://www.bgi.edu/event...
Why Americans Actually Voted For A Democratic House | ThinkProgress - http://thinkprogress.org/justice...
Ugh, I really dislike gerrymandering, no matter what party does it. KEYQUOTE: "Although a small number of ballots remain to be counted, as of this writing, votes for a Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives outweigh votes for Republican candidates. Based on ThinkProgress’ review of all - Christopher Allen
KEYQUOTE: "Restoration: This phase affords a planned recovery period to allow mental and physical recharging. Restoration phases often follow Transmutation cycles, but can be introduced at any time. Scheduled Restoration phases refresh focus, combat burnout, and prevent fatigue. The defocus creates lag window for assimilating short-term achievements made in Accumulation and Transmutation blocks into long-term progression. Restoration phases can provide time for contemplation, assessment of goal metrics, planning of future goals, and for devising future periodization blocks. In preparing for the SAT, a Restoration cycle might represent a summer break from school. - Christopher Allen
The US Elections as Bad Game Design | Mechanics & Meeples - http://www.mechanics-and-meeples.com/2012...
Excellent article by my colleague Shannon Appelcline, author of over 653 game designs reviews on RPGnet (http://www.rpg.net/reviews...) , on the topic of US Elections as a Bad Game Design: KEYQUOTE: "What kind of majority-control game is that, where - Christopher Allen
Seattle opens a town square for social enterprise community | Humanosphere - http://humanosphere.org/2012...
Seattle opens a town square for social enterprise community | http://t.co/ab1lySc5 – Tom Paulson (tompaulson) http://twitter.com/tompaul... - Christopher Allen
Twitter / dudeikoff: @christopherA http://t.co/AZR1tmef - http://twitter.com/dudeiko...
@christopherA http://t.co/AZR1tmef – Josiah hyacinth (dudeikoff) http://twitter.com/dudeiko... - Christopher Allen
Keynote for Startup Masters by Matt A. Smith - http://www.udemy.com/keynote...
Infographic: Are You Looking At Too Many Infographics? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design - http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671095...
I'm in awe of the design ideas underlying the infographics in this video, as well as those at its creator's portfolio website www.lostconversation.com. KEYQUOTE: "It’s this third topic--the final piece in the trilogy, called Getting Lost--that I find most poignant (or maybe personally applicable?). I - Christopher Allen
Time lapse of my Autumn morning drive down the Blue Ridge Parkway after @CityWorksXpo #xpo12 http://www.youtube.com/das_cap...
More links about the importance of weak ties in small communities at http://t.co/1N4bdcdf re:@CollegeHill - Christopher Allen
My presentation @CityWorksXpo #xpo12 is available at http://t.co/kWpiG3hY — many links there to my free voice/slide lectures on slideshare. - Christopher Allen
More links about the importance of weak ties in small communities at http://delicious.com/christo... re:@CollegeHill
My presentation @CityWorksXpo #xpo12 is available at https://www.dropbox.com/s... — many links there to my free voice/slide lectures on slideshare.
Twitter / CollegeHill: @ChristopherA: #socialmedia ... - http://twitter.com/College...
@ChristopherA: #socialmedia is more than #marketing. It's a two-way street. #xpo12 http://t.co/bq4pVbAJ – CollegeHillAlliance (CollegeHill) http://twitter.com/College... - Christopher Allen
#xpo12 speaker @mpedson: ‘Focus on outcomes, clarity every day.’ ‘Think big, start small, move fast’ ‘What should I do •today•?'
Introduction to the Social Web (Reading List #SW4SX) - http://www.lifewithalacrity.com/2012...
Quick interview of third-wave coffee roaster @redroostercr from small town Floyd, VA serving small batches at #xpo12: http://t.co/ID30HrCs - Christopher Allen
Quick interview of third-wave coffee roaster @redroostercr from small town Floyd, VA serving small batches at #xpo12: http://twitter.yfrog.com/59frbzi...
Rolling Stone Mobile - Politics - Politics: James Howard Kunstler on Why Technology Won't Save Us - http://m.rollingstone.com/entry...
#qotd “I don’t like talking about ‘solutions.’ I prefer talking about intelligent responses”—James Howard Kunstle http://t.co/kIMx4l4T - Christopher Allen
The Street Plans Collaborative - Better Streets, Better Places. New York Miami - http://www.streetplans.org/
Interesting free books Tactical Urbanism vols #1 #2 #3 and Open Streets Guide http://t.co/sRwkflko @MikeLydon #xpo12 - Christopher Allen
#qotd “I don’t like talking about ‘solutions.’ I prefer talking about intelligent responses”—James Howard Kunstle http://m.rollingstone.com/entry...
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