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TummelVision 55: Juliette Powell on how to tummel, collaborating across disciplines, leaderless revolution, and Dutch schoolchildren


Episode Notes

The guest this week is Juliette Powell, media strategist, author of 33 Million People in the Room and co-founder of The Gathering Think Tank.  Juliette is a natural-born Tummler who catalyzes  ideas and people across business, media and culture.

Juliette and the gang offered some practical tummelling tips, discussed collaboration across disciplines, leaderless revolution, and the social dynamics Dutch schoolchildren (really).

Check out Juliette’s recent  discussion on the impact of the social web on the Middle-East revolution[s] with Internet skeptic Evgeny Morozov on BBC’s WHYS blog. Bonus: She is a fellow Canadian along with Heather.

TummelVision 42: Doc Searls on consumers, capitalism, and a decade of cluetraining


Episode Notes

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The TummelVision gang visits with an old friend, Doc Searls, co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

Some of the ideas, stories, and links mentioned in this episode:

The new “social web browser” RockMelt

Novelist Zadie Smith critiques social networks in the New York Review of Books

Intelligent responses to Zadie Smith from Alexis Madrigal and Ross Douthat

Doc on Walt Whitman

Randy Farmer on why “The Cake is a Lie” – Reputation, Facebook Apps, and “Consent” User Interfaces

Doc on the “Data Bubble

The Wall Street Journal series on web privacy “What They Know

A call for a new “Consumer Bill of Rights

The Vendor Relationship Management Project wiki

Kevin Kelly on the Internet as an enormous copy machine

On the meaning of “trust” in digital parlance.

Be sure to follow Doc Searls on twitter and via his myriad projects.

TummelVision 40: Dave Gray on design, gamestorming, and more


Episode Notes

Dave Gray, visual thinker and CEO of XPLANE, talks with Heather Gold and Deb Schultz about gamestorming, design, and visual tummeling.

TummelVision 38: Kristina Halvorson on Content Strategy and Tactics


Episode Notes

Kristina Halvorson of Brain Traffic joins Heather, Kevin, and Deb to talk about the importance of real content in business and social interaction.

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TummelVision 36: Jyri Engeström on Tech Crunch, social object theory, and Twitter activism


Episode Notes

Jyri Engeström, entrepreneur and founder of Jaiku, was once Google’s “accidental sociologist.”  He weaves together a wealth of knowledge of the social web and social science.

[Technical note: Even though Jyri and Kevin helped make the Internet work, they still had some technical problems recording this episode. Unfortunately the audio is not up to our usual standards. We apologise for that and think the quality of the conversation makes this worthwhile listening. We’ll have Jyri back for another chat at studio quality but in the meantime, please listen to some great insights about social media.]

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