Conversations About Conversations

04/22/2007

People are talking.Age_of_conversation And Drew McLallan and Gavin Heaton are giving the world something to talk about --  I'm honored to join over 100 of the most innovative and caring bloggers, in our industry, who are contributing a chapter to an eBook project appropriately titled, The Age of Conversations.

This project is from the heart on three accounts. One - it will provide a treasure of information about social media from people who are passionate about this emerging industry. Two - it is dedicated in memory to my BBF CK's mom. Three - The monies will be donated to Variety, The Children's Charity.   Contributors
Gavin Heaton
Drew McLellan
CK
Valeria Maltoni
Emily Reed
Katie Chatfield
Greg Verdino
Mack Collier
Lewis Green
Sacrum
Ann Handley
Mike Sansone
Paul McEnany
Roger von Oech
Anna Farmery
David Armano
Bob Glaza
Mark Goren
Matt Dickman
Scott Monty
Richard Huntington
Cam Beck
David Reich
Mindblob (Luc)
Sean Howard
Tim Jackson
Patrick Schaber
Roberta Rosenberg
Uwe Hook
Tony D. Clark
Todd Andrlik
Toby Bloomberg
Steve Woodruff
Steve Bannister
Steve Roesler
Stanley Johnson
Spike Jones
Nathan Snell
Simon Payn
Ryan Rasmussen
Ron Shevlin
Roger Anderson
Bob Hruzek
Rishi Desai
Phil Gerbyshak
Peter Corbett
Pete Deutschman
Nick Rice
Nick Wright
Mitch Joel
Michael Morton
Mark Earls
Mark Blair
Mario Vellandi
Lori Magno
Kristin Gorski
Krishna De
Kris Hoet
Kofl Annan
Kimberly Dawn Wells
Karl Long
Julie Fleischer
Jordan Behan
John La Grou
Joe Raasch
Jim Kukral
Jessica Hagy
Janet Green
Jamey Shiels
Dr. Graham Hill
Gia Facchini
Geert Desager
Gaurav Mishra
Gary Schoeniger
Gareth Kay
Faris Yakob
Emily Clasper
Ed Cotton
Dustin Jacobsen
Tom Clifford
David Pollinchock
David Koopmans
David Brazeal
David Berkowitz
Carolyn Manning
Craig Wilson
Cord Silverstein
Connie Reece
Colin McKay
Chris Newlan
Chris Corrigan
Cedric Giorgi
Brian Reich
Becky Carroll
Arun Rajagopal
Andy Nulman
Amy Jussel
AJ James
Kim Klaver
Sandy Renshaw
Susan Bird
Ryan Barrett
Troy Worman

A funny little website called a blog just might turn out to be a business women's new best friend. - Blogs: A Business Women's New Best Friend

In the meantime, if you want to know more about the business aspects of blogs, you might enjoy the article I wrote,We_magazine_2 for WE Magazine For Women, an online publication from WECAI. I talk about how blogs can build trusted relationships leveraging the 3 Connecting Cs of New World Business Success: Collaboration, Communication, Cordiality.  Pages 15-16. Blogs: A Business Women's New Best Friend,

Thanks to Heidi Richards, founder of WECAI an amazing internet learning experience, for the opportunity.

Update: Blogs: A Business Woman's New Best Friend
Download blogs_a_business_womans_new_best_friend__1.pdf 
Download blog_a_womans_new_best_friend_2.pdf

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Comments

I've said it before and I'll say it again; you kick ass!

The Conversation Age book is going to be amazing. I'm really excited... and totally freaked out. I have to get my act together...

Posted by: Tim Jackson on Apr 22, 2007 9:56:47 AM

Tim - Thanks! Now to write the chapeter (smile)!

Posted by: toby on Apr 22, 2007 11:19:29 AM

Hey Toby!

Found your blog by path of the Conversation Age author list. Having looked through a number of your posts, I quite enjoyed them! I look forward to seeing what you write for the conversation age :)

Posted by: Nathan S on Apr 22, 2007 1:46:50 PM

Nathan - Appreciate your kind words. Floated about Giddlebits .. you're doing some nice work too. Wondered if any of your profs at UNCW were including social media, especially in marketing courses.

Posted by: Toby on Apr 22, 2007 2:26:41 PM

Thanks for having stopped by my blog :)

Heh, I wish my profs were, Toby. That would be fantastic and were it the case, I would still be a marketing major. They don't even have any sort of course (to my knowledge) that deals with WOMM. My passion for marketing supercedes those obstacles, though, and thus I continue to self teach.

Posted by: Nathan S on Apr 22, 2007 3:40:52 PM

Toby - looking forward to reading the entries from all other authors on this ebook! It ought to be awesome!

Great to know I'm in such good company... :-)

Posted by: Robert Hruzek on Apr 23, 2007 4:57:35 PM

Hi Toby, thanks for mentioning the e-book! This is a fun project, and I love being able to collaborate with so many smart people. I look forward to seeing your chapter.

Posted by: Becky Carroll on Apr 23, 2007 7:59:11 PM

Toby:

I'm with Tim. Looking at the list of authors I'm feeling a bit of stage fright. Only a bit though. The best part will be to read what everyone else has written. I'm with me all the time.

Posted by: Valeria Maltoni on Apr 23, 2007 9:10:56 PM

The clock is ticking .. April 30th seemed like a long way off when I signed on. And only 1 page sounded like a piece of cake .. but after reading the list of authors, Valeria I do have stage fright(1), one Really Good Page will be the challenge.

Posted by: Toby on Apr 23, 2007 11:34:01 PM

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