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Tagged with “onlinecommunities” (3)

  1. Try Making Yourself More Interesting [SxSW 2009]

    There are no cheat codes for community. No Charles Atlas shortcuts to make your pet project the one to rule them all. Want people to think you’re awesome? Be awesome. This panel promises a bullshit-free look at how you might tune out the jibber jabber, tune in to those who matter, put your head down and make your online service a little bit more epic each day. We’ll dissect Bike Hugger, Photojojo, Metafilter, and other examples of Web charm for what you can do. Today, and tomorrow. And the day after. Which is how you will become what you want to be.

    DL Byron, Bike Hugger Amit Gupta, Photojojo Brian Oberkirch, Small Good Thing Kristina Halvorson, Brain Traffic

    From http://2009.sxsw.com/taxonomy/term/44?page=3

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  2. Strong Gaming Communities: Text vs. Speech [SxSW 2009]

    This panel brings together academics and game designers to fight out the future of the MMO interface. Should text continue to be the default way that people communicate in virtual worlds? Is the spoken word more natural and more laden with emotional cues, or more destructive of the magic circle?

    Matthew Bellows, Vivox Inc Amy Jo Kim, shufflebrain.com Joe Miller, Linden Research Inc Dmitri Williams, USC Richard Vogel, Bioware

    From http://2009.sxsw.com/taxonomy/term/44?page=2

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  3. Managing Online Forums: Everything You Need to Know to Create and Run Successful Community Discussion Boards [SxSW 2009]

    Managing Online Forums is a practical guide to managing online forums, communities and social spaces. It’s not a software or programming book; it’s strictly about managing people and the community as a whole. What is talked about in this book is not hypothetical - it consists of in-use, battle-tested theories and solutions. Real life examples are cited throughout, including actual user guidelines, staff member guidelines and more. For more information, please check out the book website at managingonlineforums.com.

    Patrick O’Keefe, iFroggy Network

    From http://2009.sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts

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