Monthly Archive for November, 2009

Hip Hop for Climate

Alliance for Climate Education is featuring a video, in which you can play a vital role. In a previous post, we wrote about the brilliant video from the Swedish TV licensing company. And the idea in this one is similar. This one obviously communicates to a younger crowd to join the fight against climate changes. […]

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REClimate is an initiative targeting 15-19 year olds to voice their concerns regarding….yup, ou guessed it, the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen next month. REClimate has taken in sumissions from teenagers all over the world who have made a short video about their views and concerns about the climate, and it is up to people […]

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Celebrate Thanksgiving right now on Twitter during TweetsGiving. Until Thursday, you can join TweetsGiving as part of a 48-hour worldwide campaign and share whatever you are grateful for. The purpose is similar to Twestival: to use social media to raise money for a good cause. But in TweetsGiving, the idea is to think about what […]

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Many social media theorists and business owners argue that you can’t measure and prove return of investment (ROI) of your business’ social media activities. And that might be true. I for one think that it’s difficult – if not impossible – to put numeric quantities around human interactions and conversations – which are not quantifiable. […]

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Running For a Cause

Written by Tehneyat Waseem In times where political messages are crucial, and everyone are attempting to make changes in order to encourage politicians to make environment-friendly changes in connection with the UN Climate Change Conference this December in Hopenhagen, aka Copenhagen, Endomondo has taken the initiative to start the ‘Run for Hopenhagen‘ challenge. Endomondo has […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen “I See you – it’s so much better than Hello”, the opening line from Chris Brogans own favourite keynote speech yet, and honestly for me it’s the best 10 minutes spend on YouTube in a while. Chris manages to nail some of the essential things on how companies are not […]

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Written by Tehneyat Waseem The Swedish TV licensing company (or whatever they call the people who charge us for watching tv)  have made a really funny campaign thanking people for paying their TV license. I won’t tell you much about it other than go check it out, and that I think it’s absolutely fantastic when […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen Yesterday, Google held the presentation at Google HQ for the release of the new Google Chrome OS. “Stop worrying about your computer and start using the internet”- says it all.. In need of more info 8-O – well watch this new video from Google about the Chrome OS.

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Facebook Has Done It Again

Written by Tehneyat Waseem This time, Facebook is teaming up with ‘Chase Community Giving’ to raise and give $5 million in donations to four different charities. If I understood it correctly you search for the charity you want to donate to, and nominate them. In round one, you can nominate up to 20 charities, and […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby Coca Cola is currently planning the biggest social media project ever. The project, which is called Expedition 206, is a global search for happiness and airs next year. Expedition 206 will send three 20-somethings; Toño from Mexico, Kelly from Belgium and Tony from Germany to 206 countries and territories where Coca-Cola […]

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