As an young man in the era of social media, I have some interests of researching an idea to contribute our community via social media or social platform.
Especially, in South Korea, as I'm korean guy, company's effort for making good society is limited in donation & social investment in spending enormous money.
Does really impossible achieving social innovation without donation and with social media?
Tha'ts why I need to ask my post title to you.
I need to find in Canada, some organisations, enterprises, research lab etc., that study about way to use social media as corporate social responsibility.
Your tiny answer will be my great honor and be a good chance to communicate each other off-nationality and improve the circonstance of society korean, finally, Change the world thanks to just your one step.
In response to the age old adage of 'walk your talk', my partner Ryan and I just started a brand new photo sharing platform to support the city of Vancouver's journey towards becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020.
I lose track of this conversation with myself (and yes, there are a couple of other folks who've read this stuff and commented to me, but mostly it feels very singular). But I do want to leave an update.
If you thought Twitter was just for inane memes and eye-rolling self-promotion ("Just met with a terribly important person and they were terribly impressed with me!"), have a look at the Twestival phenomenon.
When this challenge to write about the change in my life came up several months ago I had no idea where I'd be heading. Yes, I thought maybe I'd get some more writing. I thought I'd focus on some of my personal writing/foto projects that were being neglected because I was so busy the last couple of years.
ChangeEverything is eligible to win a Webby People’s Voice Award - which is where you come in. Sure, Facebook is a huge social network that everyone’s heard of - but why read status updates when you can change the world with your community involvement and blogging?
I spend a good amount of time hanging around online communities. Whether its my own blog, or changeeverything, or various facebook forums, business and technology communities - I put up a fair bit of content on a weekly basis.
I have opinions on many different subjects, and something I enjoy doing is debating, and bringing unusual perspectives to bear on problems; however, I know that I can be somewhat cutting, and occasionally condescending in trying to make my point. I'm sure many of us can think of examples where we wished we'd been a little more tactful, or polite, when writing our thoughts down for others to see in electronic format. I certainly can attest to that - being somewhat of a contrarian, and enjoying the art of conversation.
To this respect - I'd like to become more nuanced, inclusive, and respectful to othes when engaging in online dialogue - especially when in disagreement with other's perspectives.