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The Lean Design Movement Book Project - Publishing A Book In 3 Weeks (Submission Deadline 10.31)

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, October 25, 2013 2:20 AM

My 3 post-cancer BHAGs are DONE! We launched the last of my triptych last week when http://www.curcancerstarter.org joined http://www.curecancerstore.org and they join my 2010 bicycle ride to "cure cancer" across America. 

So now that I'm a man of leisure I've decided to print a book about the Lean Design Movement in 3 weeks. Today I had an epiphany.


Thought it was a stroke at first, but nope an honest to goodness epiphany. Here are the links that will explain the Lean Design Movement:

http://sco.lt/5LGxl3 Scoopit Overview
   https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/XHXxCn5qgEb 

https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/DTLgQM8a9Kk 

https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/3jFjeERF4uv 

 
I’ve invited great friends and writers to draft off of the concept feeding it into their particular expertise or loves. I asked @RobinGood to write about cool tools, Guillaume and Ally to share how creating a cool tool like Scoop.it helps the movement (asked Kelly and Paper.li team too). 

I am paying all printing costs and profits will go to the Story of Cancer Foundation. Will probably have my friend Meredith Pratt do the book design and print with LuLu (they are here in Raleigh, NC). 

Goal is to have a book about how the Lean Design Movement changes everything. I left an open chapter. If you would like to contribute 1,000 words by Halloween jump in and send your thoughts to Martin(at)StoryofCancer.org. 

If we receive more than one submission for the open chapter we will create a social poll or something. Here is your chance to be a published author and have your contribution along side some great writers and Internet marketers. 

I'm paying all publishing costs and profits, if there are any, will help cure cancer so jump in, write 1,000 words on how something you love and know well will be changed by the Lean Content Movement. 

Deadline 10.31
Send your submission to Martin(at)StoryofCancer.org  

 


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The Lean Design Movement Changes How We Make Money Online

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Meshing A V8 SLAP
Had a V8 Slap today when I realized that the way Google has set up this new chess board doesn't favor the creation of new anything. When we started working on CureCancerStarter.org the chess board seemed to favor a User Generated Content (UGC) platform.

We wanted to create Kickstarter.com for cancer research. Great idea, but too late. Post Google's algorithm changes where social signals rule and trusted sources have all the high ground thinking in ways to fit YOURS into THEIRS is more productive and a better bet.

Important for ecommerce merchants to think in these terms:

* Appify.
* Widgetize.

* Gamify.

Ecommerce merchants may be the most impacted by these changes. Commerce can happen anywhere so why isn't it? Our merchant minds, I ran a sizable ecom website for 7 years, still focus on CASTLE building when we should be thinking about crowd converting.

Find ways to EMBED and MESH your ideas into already scaled systems and your idea, startup or site might just survive long enough to matter. One you matter you can think about castle building.


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Thomas Faltin's comment, October 25, 2013 12:33 AM
Martin, you're welcome ... great content!
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, October 25, 2013 12:36 AM
Thanks Thomas. Love that guy on your page. From a video game? Great art! M
Thomas Faltin's comment, October 25, 2013 12:58 AM
Martin, i'm the guy:-) no, i found it on the internet and yes, very great art!
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The Lean Design Movement Book Project - Publishing A Book In 3 Weeks (Submission Deadline 10.31)

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, October 25, 2013 2:20 AM

My 3 post-cancer BHAGs are DONE! We launched the last of my triptych last week when http://www.curcancerstarter.org joined http://www.curecancerstore.org and they join my 2010 bicycle ride to "cure cancer" across America. 

So now that I'm a man of leisure I've decided to print a book about the Lean Design Movement in 3 weeks. Today I had an epiphany.


Thought it was a stroke at first, but nope an honest to goodness epiphany. Here are the links that will explain the Lean Design Movement:

http://sco.lt/5LGxl3 Scoopit Overview
   https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/XHXxCn5qgEb 

https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/DTLgQM8a9Kk 

https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/3jFjeERF4uv 

 
I’ve invited great friends and writers to draft off of the concept feeding it into their particular expertise or loves. I asked @RobinGood to write about cool tools, Guillaume and Ally to share how creating a cool tool like Scoop.it helps the movement (asked Kelly and Paper.li team too). 

I am paying all printing costs and profits will go to the Story of Cancer Foundation. Will probably have my friend Meredith Pratt do the book design and print with LuLu (they are here in Raleigh, NC). 

Goal is to have a book about how the Lean Design Movement changes everything. I left an open chapter. If you would like to contribute 1,000 words by Halloween jump in and send your thoughts to Martin(at)StoryofCancer.org. 

If we receive more than one submission for the open chapter we will create a social poll or something. Here is your chance to be a published author and have your contribution along side some great writers and Internet marketers. 

I'm paying all publishing costs and profits, if there are any, will help cure cancer so jump in, write 1,000 words on how something you love and know well will be changed by the Lean Content Movement. 

Deadline 10.31
Send your submission to Martin(at)StoryofCancer.org