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Who Killed Social Media?

June 6th, 2009 · 1 Comment

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On Thursday night June 4, 2009 I participated in a panel discussion on Social Media and the Social Web presented by Nemo Design and Group Y at the Nemo offices in Portland, Oregon.

The panel was titled Who Killed Social Media? Reputation, Community Management, and the Future of Branding and included four other industry professionals:

I was going to write it up but luckily for me (and the rest of the panel), Portland-based Cyborg Anthropologist and social media consultant Amber Case got it all down for Hazelnut Tech Talk. If I had someone as talented as Amber cleaning up all my panel comments I’d likely be invited back more often.

If you’re up for reliving the night listen to the entire panel on uStream or check out all the photos on Trevor Graves’ flickr
or on ahockley’s flickr.

Special thanks to the following people for making my trip to Portland so smooth and delicious: Nemo’s Trevor Graves, Mark Lewman, Dave Allen, and Becky Ratner-Singh, Group Y’s Liz Randall and Mark Sperling, Yobeat.com’s Brooke Geery and Jared Souney, Billy Miller, and Cec, Katie, and Teal. Portland is not only green, it is apparently packed with good people.

[Links: Hazelnut Tech Talk, #whokilledSM, Nemo Flickr, ahockley Flickr, uStream, Frostyland]

Tags: Business · Media · Technology

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Shay // Jun 6, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    Nice Lee! I listened to it and rad to hear all the insight on what’s going on.

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