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  • Awards & Nominations Archives - Steffan Antonas
    is a San Diego based awards event created to unite champions in new media The event celebrates success in social media and the people behind the campaigns and content The fact that I ve been recognized in this category by my peers and readers is truly humbling A heart felt thank you goes out to everyone out there who reads my stuff and leaves comments on this little blog You

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/awards-nominations (2016-05-02)
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  • Press & News Archives - Steffan Antonas
    I knew huge numbers of people were changing their behavior and gravitating to these communities and that this stuff was going to be big Quite a few people at CCT thought that I was just a wee bit crazy Fast forward to February 2007 I was at a tech conference here in San Diego O Reilly s E Tech and was introduced to Twitter After just a few weeks being on the service I had bumped into half of the authors that had written books that were the foundation for a few of our core classes at CCT People like Howard Rheingold Smart Mobs and Steven B Johnson Interface Culture and Emergence They all had blogs and were having daily conversations about the stuff I loved So I started blogging publicly and joining in those conversations Because I had studied a lot of this stuff at CCT for my thesis and in my courses I was having great informed conversations with influential people in the tech world I was having a ball I would never have had this access without the exposure to the authors and ideas I was exposed to at CCT I ve been having conversations about new media daily online on blogs and on social media etc ever since as a full time hobby and it s opened a lot of doors I have written for one of the top 10 blogs in the world ReadWriteWeb and I ve been on WSRadio Internet radio here in San Diego several times recently again last week as a guest host This month I was nominated for InfluenceSD s New Media Blogger of the year award awards take place in April I didnt plan any of this it s just sort of happened organically while I was writing about stuff

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/press-news (2016-05-02)
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  • Howard Rheingold Archives - Steffan Antonas
    social media wasn t really mainstream yet Facebook was founded in Feb 2004 and our class at Georgetown wasn t on it until late that year Twitter didn t even exist until 2006 For my thesis I did a lot of research on how people interact and communicate in virtual communities I read a lot on network theory interaction design and human behavior in digital mediums I was super interested in this stuff but back then it didn t have much practical application because these kinds of virtual communities were so new Though I knew huge numbers of people were changing their behavior and gravitating to these communities and that this stuff was going to be big Quite a few people at CCT thought that I was just a wee bit crazy Fast forward to February 2007 I was at a tech conference here in San Diego O Reilly s E Tech and was introduced to Twitter After just a few weeks being on the service I had bumped into half of the authors that had written books that were the foundation for a few of our core classes at CCT People like Howard Rheingold Smart Mobs and Steven B Johnson Interface Culture and Emergence They all had blogs and were having daily conversations about the stuff I loved So I started blogging publicly and joining in those conversations Because I had studied a lot of this stuff at CCT for my thesis and in my courses I was having great informed conversations with influential people in the tech world I was having a ball I would never have had this access without the exposure to the authors and ideas I was exposed to at CCT I ve been having conversations about new media daily online on blogs and on

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/howard-rheingold (2016-05-02)
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  • Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution Archives - Steffan Antonas
    then 2004 social media wasn t really mainstream yet Facebook was founded in Feb 2004 and our class at Georgetown wasn t on it until late that year Twitter didn t even exist until 2006 For my thesis I did a lot of research on how people interact and communicate in virtual communities I read a lot on network theory interaction design and human behavior in digital mediums I was super interested in this stuff but back then it didn t have much practical application because these kinds of virtual communities were so new Though I knew huge numbers of people were changing their behavior and gravitating to these communities and that this stuff was going to be big Quite a few people at CCT thought that I was just a wee bit crazy Fast forward to February 2007 I was at a tech conference here in San Diego O Reilly s E Tech and was introduced to Twitter After just a few weeks being on the service I had bumped into half of the authors that had written books that were the foundation for a few of our core classes at CCT People like Howard Rheingold Smart Mobs and Steven B Johnson Interface Culture and Emergence They all had blogs and were having daily conversations about the stuff I loved So I started blogging publicly and joining in those conversations Because I had studied a lot of this stuff at CCT for my thesis and in my courses I was having great informed conversations with influential people in the tech world I was having a ball I would never have had this access without the exposure to the authors and ideas I was exposed to at CCT I ve been having conversations about new media daily online on blogs

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/smart-mobs-the-next-social-revolution (2016-05-02)
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  • The Personal Stuff Archives - Steffan Antonas
    much practical application because these kinds of virtual communities were so new Though I knew huge numbers of people were changing their behavior and gravitating to these communities and that this stuff was going to be big Quite a few people at CCT thought that I was just a wee bit crazy Fast forward to February 2007 I was at a tech conference here in San Diego O Reilly s E Tech and was introduced to Twitter After just a few weeks being on the service I had bumped into half of the authors that had written books that were the foundation for a few of our core classes at CCT People like Howard Rheingold Smart Mobs and Steven B Johnson Interface Culture and Emergence They all had blogs and were having daily conversations about the stuff I loved So I started blogging publicly and joining in those conversations Because I had studied a lot of this stuff at CCT for my thesis and in my courses I was having great informed conversations with influential people in the tech world I was having a ball I would never have had this access without the exposure to the authors and ideas I was exposed to at CCT I ve been having conversations about new media daily online on blogs and on social media etc ever since as a full time hobby and it s opened a lot of doors I have written for one of the top 10 blogs in the world ReadWriteWeb and I ve been on WSRadio Internet radio here in San Diego several times recently again last week as a guest host This month I was nominated for InfluenceSD s New Media Blogger of the year award awards take place in April I didnt plan any of this

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/the-personal-stuff (2016-05-02)
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  • Happiness Archives - Steffan Antonas
    of autonomy has got my brain buzzing I thought the sketch I did was worth translating to powerpoint for a discssion this morning This makes me wonder if the desire to get to that red dot sweet spot is the very essence of what drives people to become entrepreneurs What do you think Published February 19 2010 Author Steffan Antonas Category Psychology Philosophy The Future Of Work Top Posts Comments 6 Comments Alan Greenspan On Self Esteem Our Nature and Our Need For Connectedness It s been almost a year since I read The Age Of Turbulence but I find myself repeatedly returning to a few of Alan s thoughts on human nature and self esteem that resonated with me Despite being discussed in the context of human factors in economics the following passage in my eyes stands easily on its own and speaks volumes of truth about what drives us all and why we have a strong fundamental need for connectedness Any time I find myself in a discussion about community authenticity accountability open source or the economics and culture of free on the web I come back to this Does this speak to you As I ve traveled across the globe for nearly six decades I have found that people exhibit remarkable similarities that by no stretch of the imagination can be construed as resulting from culture history language or chance All people appear motivated by an inbred striving for self esteem that is in large part fostered by the approval of others People have an inbred need to interact with other people It is essential if we are to receive their approval which we all seek The true hermit is a rare aberration What contributes to self esteem depends on the broad range of learned or consciously

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/happiness (2016-05-02)
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  • Lawrence Lessig Archives - Steffan Antonas
    creative editing he explores remix techniques involved in producing films we all know and love The message is that we all stand on the shoulders of giants even giants themselves The second video s star wars montage that picks the movie s sources apart is particularly interesting because so many people consider it ground breaking but that s just one of the many great examples I ve included Kirby s videos below along with a TED video of Lawrence Lessig who is a champion of the movement for protecting remix culture Lessig s video is one of the best easily digestible talks on the web that provides good arguments for why in the age of YouTube we need to recognize that even the greats borrow remix and re purpose to produce great works and that the right to do so should be protected by law Cheers to you anonymous Vimeo curators Everything Is A Remix Part I Everything Is A Remix Part II Lawrence Lessig Re examining the remix Published February 11 2011 Author Steffan Antonas Category Cyberculture Comments 1 Comment How YouTube Handles Copyright and Some Thoughts On Remix Culture I ve got a great two video combo for

    Original URL path: http://blog.steffanantonas.com/tag/lawrence-lessig (2016-05-02)
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  • Remix Culture Archives - Steffan Antonas
    explores remix techniques involved in producing films we all know and love The message is that we all stand on the shoulders of giants even giants themselves The second video s star wars montage that picks the movie s sources apart is particularly interesting because so many people consider it ground breaking but that s just one of the many great examples I ve included Kirby s videos below along

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