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Bookmarking Book Art - Ken Botnick, finalist for the Minnesota Center for Book Arts Prize, 2015

Bookmarking Book Art - Ken Botnick, finalist for the Minnesota Center for Book Arts Prize, 2015 | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it

Transcription of Ken Botnick's talk about his finalist work, "Diderot Project"

The Annual Enid Mark Lecture at Smith College on April 23, 2015


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I call wonderous things like this BookCraft but they are definitely ART. 

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Robert Bolick's curator insight, June 5, 2015 11:48 AM

Hand and Eye and Tool.

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We read words without even seeing the beauty in their component parts. Words and letters can be art that conveys meaning as well as anything else.

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When? -

When? - | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
When the poorest family can still feed their children. When gay marriage is normal. When Governments are loved.

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A marvelous goal that should be shared worldwide. How absolutely loverly that would be.

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Happy Birthday, Herman Melville: Stunning Handcrafted Felt-on-Felt Typographic Homage to Moby-Dick

Happy Birthday, Herman Melville: Stunning Handcrafted Felt-on-Felt Typographic Homage to Moby-Dick | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
“Almost forgetting for the moment all thoughts of Moby Dick, we now gazed at the most wondrous phenomenon which the secret seas have hitherto revealed to mankind.” Herman Melville (August 1, 1819–September 28, 1891) was the first writer to have his...

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Marvelous example of very special book crafting.

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Learning to recognize your expertise, especially as a woman

Learning to recognize your expertise, especially as a woman | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
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This isn't directly related to socail media, but it was the one area that was closest to this topic of evaluating your positive attributes and preparing ways to share that with others.

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The Social Media Marketing Snowball Effect | High Quality Social Media

The Social Media Marketing Snowball Effect | High Quality Social Media | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
“The secret of getting ahead is getting started” -Agatha Christie Are you thinking of seriously starting out with social media marketing, but you’re too

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7 Tips for Making Your Blog a Content Marketing Magnet | Social Media Examiner

7 Tips for Making Your Blog a Content Marketing Magnet | Social Media Examiner | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Blogging strategy: Here's how to make your blog an accountable part your content marketing plan and what you need to achieve this.

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How Much Does Social Media Marketing Cost? | High Quality Social Media

How Much Does Social Media Marketing Cost? | High Quality Social Media | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
How much will social media marketing cost me? That’s the question that pops up in every business owner’s head when they’re considering starting a

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The (Lack Of) Clarity In Facebook’s New 20 Percent Text Rule

The (Lack Of) Clarity In Facebook’s New 20 Percent Text Rule | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Since my last post regarding Facebook’s now infamous 20 Percent Rule (infamous meaning of course ‘MORE than famous‘), there has been plenty of uproar over how Facebook has gone about enforcing the new rule.

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How to Build Powerful In-Person Networks From Your Social Contacts | Social Media Examiner

How to Build Powerful In-Person Networks From Your Social Contacts | Social Media Examiner | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Social networking: learn how to turn your online social contacts into offline business relationships.
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Learning from Social Media at Our Institutions #ChangeMojo

Learning from Social Media at Our Institutions #ChangeMojo | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it

This week in the Mojo we take a look at social media in higher education. First, we explore Tanya Joosten, Laura Pasquini, and Lindsey Harness' article, "Guiding Social Media at Our Institutions."


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Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)'s curator insight, February 16, 2013 1:36 PM

Can and should higher education institutions facilitate greater use of social media through institutional support, resources, training, and incentives? So far, there's not much of that going on.

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The Indie Author’s quick guide to Twitter

The Indie Author’s quick guide to Twitter | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
In a new feature, we've decided to provide some quick guides to various social networks, from our social media based moderator (Kai).  Remember too, that we have our own Twitter and Facebook page, and will be launching a Pinterest profile for our members soon! The Quick guide to Twitter ...

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Books Direct: 100,000 Pageviews Giveaway

Books Direct: 100,000 Pageviews Giveaway | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it

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What a great idea to use when promoting your blog!

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How to Create an Infographic in an Hour or Less [5 Free PPT Templates]

How to Create an Infographic in an Hour or Less [5 Free PPT Templates] | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Learn how easy it is to create a new infographic in under an hour using one of our 5 free PowerPoint templates!

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Having templates for infographics is a very handy resource!

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Ultimate Recap: The 12 Best New Social Media Tools from 2012

Ultimate Recap: The 12 Best New Social Media Tools from 2012 | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
One of the big themes of my Top New Social Media Tools from 2011 was the maturation of social networks like Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest as well as the trend of automation to auto-creation.

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Measuring Social Media, How to Determine Your ROI | Social Media Examiner

Measuring Social Media, How to Determine Your ROI | Social Media Examiner | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Social media marketing podcast 26: In this episode Nichole Kelly shares what the most important steps that all marketers should take when thinking about social ROI.

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Pinterest Best Practice - Social Media Marketing Blog - By Plotinus Njualem

Here are a few essential rules to get you started and prevent you from stepping on other people’s toes when using Pinterest for marketing online.

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List Building with Social Media, How to Grow Your Email List | Social Media Examiner

List Building with Social Media, How to Grow Your Email List | Social Media Examiner | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Social Media Marketing Podcast 29: In this episode Amy Porterfield shares the tactics you need to grow your email list when using social media.

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How to Size Images on Social Media: A Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

How to Size Images on Social Media: A Cheat Sheet (Infographic) | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it
Take the pain out of adding images to your brand's social media accounts by following this easy guide to sizing images.Get the latest blog articles on...

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AAAS: Science and Social Media RECAP! - Scientific American (blog)

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I'm a science writer at Scientific American and at the site Scientopia. I'm also a practicing scientist, with a PhD in Physiology.
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Being a Good Colleague with Social Media | Inside Higher Ed

Being a Good Colleague with Social Media | Inside Higher Ed | Social Media in Publishing and Science | Scoop.it

"Social media is often stereotyped as a frivolous, navel-gazing enterprise, and completely antithetical to the deep thinking and thoughtful questioning of academia. However, most gradhackers know that academia and social media are not at all incompatible. Used well, social media can be a vibrant and fruitful space for networking, exchanging ideas, and--dare I say it--building supportive friendships. Some of my best scholarly friends are folks I initially met on Twitter, and then got to know in person at conferences...

 

What other tips do you have for being a good colleague with social media?"

 


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Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)'s curator insight, February 18, 2013 10:13 AM

Not frivolous. But our recent article shows that no one is managing it well on campus.