In the latest Social Media Clarity podcast, hosts Randy Farmer (@frandallfarmer) and Scott Moore (@scottmoore) and I (@marc_smith) interview Howard Rheingold (@hrheingold) about his work on network literacy.
In the latest Social Media Clarity podcast hosts Randy Farmer (@frandallfarmer), Scott Moore (@scottmoore) and I (@marc_smith) respond to our first listener question from Ryan Crowe (@doctorcrowe) of Twilio who asks:
“Where do you guys read about social media? Do you have different resources for different aspects, for example community management, building a proper network, contact research, etc.?”
The resources I use to keep up to date on social media management issues that I mention in the podcast include:
Sunbelt Conference – International Network for Social Network Analysts annual meeting
Strata Conference – O’Reilly conference on Big Data
ICWSM, the International Conference on Web Blogs and Social Media
Duncan Watts – Sociologist and social media network researcher at Microsoft Research
Teens and Social Media
This week features hosts Randy Farmer (@frandallfarmer) and Scott Moore (@scottmoore) interviewing danah boyd (@zephoria) about her book It’s Complicated: the social lives of networked teens, coming out February 24th and available for preorder now.
Topics in the podcast interview include:
- The flawed California Eraser Button Bill
- Teens creating social norms: SnapChat
- Parents don’t get it: Tech replaces teens’ dwindling access to public spaces
The 5th episode of the Social Media Clarity Podcast is now out:
We conclude that pixels, not pennies, may be the best currency to create incentives to create quality content.