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Riding the technology wave can be costly and time consuming. Otherwise well-intended people jump headlong into social media without understanding why or what or how such efforts will benefit their organization.
Wondering which CMS to use? CMSWatch releases a tube-stop map of the CMS market. It's a useful way to get the lay of the land.
For the second year in a row, I've been honored to share the panel with some of New Mexico's thoughtful technology practitioners. This year's topic: Building online communities
It's cheap, it's fun, and it works. Card sorting is one of the best tools in the toolbox used by web architects to craft sites for real people.
Our work with Google provides real-world context for a New Mexican story. The Dreaming New Mexico project by Bioneers launched this weekend in California. Here's how we made it happen.
Webmasters and marketers rarely come to the table without baggage. Whether it's a long (and sometimes unrealistic) list of feature requests or entrenched beliefs that technology is king, there's little opportunity for real knowledge exchange about websites and systems. That's why my session at UNM's Anderson School of Management was such pure pleasure.
Tips and recommendations for building an online community that's geared for socially constructive engagement.
CMSWire recently conducted a CMS popularity contest amongst top 100 sites on Technorati. The idea is this: If the most popular sites are using a particular CMS, it must be good.
Musings on the possibilities of positive social interaction online.
Big money operations like the NYTimes and Wall Street Journal are producing interactive masterpieces of the sort Edward Tufte would laud. How can you convey meaning with similar WHOOMP! without the tony tech staff?