They say every vote counts. But not nearly as much as saying you voted on social media does.
Both men encountered the same number of people. Both men covered roughly the same number of miles in the same amount of time. But why, nearly 240 years later, do we remember Paul Revere and not William Dawes? The answer is related to their place in the social network.
A lecture from the online version of my “Cyberculture and Digital Media” course, which should be interesting for anyone who likes to, or feels they should, think about the “bigger picture” of social media.
Everything you need to know about writing effective tweets.
Highly recommended reading for present and future students in my classes, as well as anyone else who wants to avoid pissing off a college professor.
An excerpt from the book proposal for “Driven Apart,” my second book which is now in progress.