When an idea’s expression engenders a creatively relevant or insightful response, a well-organized listening/engagement practitioner may capture that flash of brilliance, and feed it back to the originator as an enriched question, thus creating a real-time feedback loop. In this transformational moment, a thought-leader may re-cast their expression innovatively. In this way, social media can be (conceptually) like cold fusion, creating more value than it consumes.
We’re facing the leading edge of a new wave, where knowledge is distributed across many experiences. We owe it to ourselves, communities, and enterprises to learn and practice now based upon what we learn from working with each other.
The subject matter of this conversation is: What new prescriptions for human interaction should media practitioners embrace to leverage such moments practically and beneficially through real-time feedback loops? Don’t miss this seminal conversation.
Please submit your questions for panel consideration to me, Rich Reader
Our discussion panel moderator is Jennifer Lindsay.
The panelists are:
* Ravit Lichtenberg, CEO Ustrategy
* Sylvia Lacock Marino, Director of Community, Edmunds.com
* Liza Sperling, Real-Time Sentiment & Trends Analyst, Scout Labs
* Tom Foremski, Founder & Editor, Silicon Valley Watcher
* Van Riper, Founder & Leader, Silicon Valley Google Technology User Group
* Bill Johnston, Director, Online Community Research Network, ForumOne
* David Libby, SVP, MS&L Worldwide
* Evan Solomon, VP of Marketing, JustinTV
* Marc Smolowitz, Executive Producer - Media & Technology Consultant
Please note general admission tickets are $10 in advance, $20 at the door. Social Media Club Card Carrying Members, College Students (must bring ID) and Seniors (60+) are free in advance, and $10 at the door.
Official Website: http://smwloops.eventbrite.com/
Added by jfouts on January 22, 2010