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Rebecca Krause-Hardie
Interests: social media, orchestras, music, arts, tibet, Pema Tsal, Tai Chi, french horn, photography
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Mar 15, 2010
Okay here they are... Couldn't post them all together for some reason. Anyway apologies for the delay.
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2010 on Course 1 | Session 1 at NYS ARTS BLOG!
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Glossary of web terms: http://www.seobook.com/glossary
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2010 on Course 1 | Session 1 at NYS ARTS BLOG!
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Case Study: http://tinyurl.com/fistfulayen1 PR template http://tinyurl.com/smPR1
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2010 on Course 1 | Session 1 at NYS ARTS BLOG!
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Adwords: https://adwords.google.com Musicians tools: http://www.topspinmedia.com/ http://www.reverbnation.com/ http://tinyurl.com/prweb1
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2010 on Course 1 | Session 1 at NYS ARTS BLOG!
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Hi Leslie, I haven't been able to get the links to show up in a comment. Still working on it... Thanks Rebecca
Toggle Commented Jan 16, 2010 on Course 1 | Session 1 at NYS ARTS BLOG!
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You're welcome! Thank you too!
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Oh Shel, You have caught me out! I think my evil twin the jaded musician was the one who posted the comment the other day... and in a way all the more reason why the ‘orchestra’ analogy is good, but you have to be a bit careful about the conductor part.... I was just curious what aspect of it you had been thinking about. I agree completely with Erin... “it's a mindset. The people you want in your orchestra are the ones who are able to blend with others. Sometimes someone needs to stand up and lead as a soloist, but later needs to have the humility to fade into the background.” The Jaded musician says: “But most conductors don’t have humility and don’t sit down.” The inspired musician says: “When I played with Bernstein, I rose above myself and we (the whole orchestra) were completely transformed and everything was electric!” The jaded musician says: “Your evil twin ‘Arturo’ , like Szell, was very much the tyrannical general that ruthlessly controlled the musician troops, but we submitted ourselves in name of the music.” The inspired musician says: “Get over it. Its 2010, conductors are now collaborators. Look at Eric Stumacher at Keene Chamber Orch. how cool is he?” phew, now that I have that out of my system.... Zia - I mostly agree, (for some reason I feel compelled to play this devil’s advocate role...) but where it breaks down is when you say ‘you can’t control the ecosystem, but adjust it a bit here and there’, when for so many conductors it can be precisely about control and their ideas. The problem is the historic structure, which has been completely dictatorial. That is changing, and there are some fantastic conductors, and I suspect the view of orchestras from the outside is very different. Having said that one of my most favorite things is playing in an orchestra! And I’m very intrigued with the ecosystems of several orchestras that manage themselves like Orpheus and London Symphony. Oh and Shel, speaking of McLuhan, one of the CD-ROM discs we put out when I worked at Voyager was "Understanding McLuhan: a CD-ROM on the ideas and life of media guru Marshall McLuhan."
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Thanks Michelle! What's your take?
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Hey Thanks!
Toggle Commented Nov 19, 2009 on Leveraging Social Media at Rebecca Krause-Hardie
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FK - Great point about established org. If we don't have the base to work from, then we need to incorporate other outreach efforts into our plans. But the approach and feel that Jo talks about is appropriate. Any ideas?
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Your welcome Jean! You Rock too! I told you that didn't I? I'm so impressed with what you're doing in San Francisco! Marc - so true. Jo really articulates so well what works about social media.
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Wow Ann Marie! What a great story! I love the way the opening line draws us in... "When he last counted, there were 4,138 broken hearts." Thanks!
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Here's information about iTunesU..... http://www.apple.com/education/guidedtours/itunesu.html and a post from my blog about how MOMA uses it... http://arts.typepad.com/audienceworks/2008/03/a-conversation.html
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At the last presentation someone mentioned about how they are always being asked questions that have nothing to do with them. I thought of that when I saw this post from Seth Godin.... the little video on social networking talks about 'real networking' compared to 'fake' networking which is easy to do on the web. His point is that you go out of your way for someone - creating value. http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2009/07/four-videos-about-noise-social-and-decency.html
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Hi Everyone. I hope you got a lot out of the session. Let me know if you have any questions or thoughts about it. Also!!! HOMEWORK! Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to set up a google reader account, and subscribe to 5 blogs or feeds! Let me know how it goes! Cheers, Rebecca
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Hi Beth, Great post... getting me thinking. I have been looking more into the "Agile" techniques that are used in software development. Your mention of the 9 minute meeting reminded me of it, and I think it could be really well applied to social media endeavors... don't know if anyone's using it that way. I"ll do a little looking around.
Hi Alex, Great questions! I'm equating science with the rational brain, and art with the emotional brain. What I don't quite understand is how we tell from where we are operating inside our heads. Is it by looking at our actions, or by metaphysical self-study? Can both parts act at the same time? Or do we just jump back and forth, switching hats so to speak... which I believe we can easily do. Do you think this makes sense?
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