Sign in or Join FriendFeed
FriendFeed is the easiest way to share online. Learn more »
Jeff Guin

Jeff Guin

15+ year PR practitioner, new media specialist, and heritage values advocate.
Spirited louis vuitton bags sale thing -
Inches width ralph lauren polo shirts -
cheap wedding dresses uk particular web -
How 3D Printing is Saving a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure -
Among the vast coverage of 3D printing in the media, the technology is frequently cited as the ‘future’ of production, focusing on its ability to bring new things into existence quickly and cheaply. But does 3D printing have to be all about the future? As this article originally printed by Metropolis Magazine as “3D Printing Saves a Frank Lloyd Wright Treasure“ attests, 3D printing also has something to offer to the past; specifically, to a deteriorating Frank Lloyd Wright building whose ‘textile block’ was simply too complex to restore through any other modern techniques. Read on after the break to find out how this high-tech rescue mission is being achieved - Jeff Guin
How To Discourage a Doctor | The Health Care Blog -
Case Study: Alchemical Quest Rare Books Museum Interactive -
20 years later, I finally understand what college media leadership taught me -
The 'Ice Bucket Challenge': A case study in viral marketing gold -
“It’s a gigantic word-of-mouth...The participatory nature of it is promotional on top of that. These are some old, pre-digital techniques that they’ve optimized through the power of digital distribution.” - Jeff Guin
Good "experience" site redesign ~> - Leadership, Personal Development, Sales, Marketing, Strategy -
Run Your Race, Not Someone Else’s -
Run your race. Execute your plan. Do your work, not someone else’s. Don’t allow envy, spite, ego, or greed to derail you or cause you to chase a phantom ideal that was never meant for you. You have a valuable contribution to make in the arena of influence you’ve been given, but if you are not diligent you may wind up gaining quick ground in the short-term, only to watch the pack pass you a few miles down the road. It takes bravery to know your strengths and to diligently operate within them. Be brave today, and run your race. - Jeff Guin
ACEP Now still silent on EM President interviews. -
Sapping Attention: Data visualization rules, 1915 -
In 1915, a year after the 1910 census's atlas was published, the Census bureau circulated a memo to their advisors with a set of proposed rules for graphical presentation. They are a sort of style guide for the Census in particular, but they are obviously transferable to the general case. - Jeff Guin
Smithsonian Summer Showdown ~>What is that ONE defining item? -
Breakdown with examples ~>How to Use Personas in Customer-Centric Web Design -
Emergency Medicine Literature of Note: The tPA Cochrane Review Takes Us For Fools -
Case Study: Livestreamed Interactive Webcasts for Cultural Institutions -
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello -
Deutsches Museum Website <~Unique image-driven navigation -
Smithsonian <~ website driving experiences, both virtual and place-based -
Apache HTTP Server - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
Graphic ~>LAMP software bundle.svg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
MySQL - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
LAMP (software bundle) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
Browse Sketchfab 3D models with an Oculus -
Sketchfab is the easiest way to share your interactive 3D models. Upload in seconds. No plug-in required. It's free to sign-up! - Jeff Guin
GLAM-Wiki Program Report: Growing Cultural Collaboration through Wikipedia and The Commons -
Laura Bang on classroom digital humanities projects at Villanova University -
Laura Bang on classroom digital humanities projects at Villanova University - Jeff Guin
Laura Bang on classroom digital humanities projects at Villanova University -
Heritage-DIY: What I learned the hard way about home digital preservation -
Heritage-DIY: What I learned the hard way about home digital preservation - Jeff Guin
Philadelphia Museums Use Instagram to Target Younger Summer Visitors -
Philadelphia’s top art museums are turning their ancient exhibits into popular Instagram posts for 13 weeks this summer. Five area museums will post a photo of an item tied to a different summer theme like “School’s Out” or “Under the Sun” in an effort to raise awareness of their collections and woo visitors. This is the first time the museums will work together to encourage visits via social media. Participating museums include Philadelphia Museum of Art (@philamuseum), The Barnes Foundation (@barnesfoundation), Penn Museum (@pennmuseum), Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art (@pafacademy), and Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (@philaflowershow). - Jeff Guin
Other ways to read this feed:Feed readerFacebook