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October 17, 2008

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Ron Miller

That is a very cool experiment and I love how it took on a life of its own in true social networking fashion.

Thanks for posting this. It's a great story and worth sharing.

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Carlos Vidal

Maybe we need to look at other fields of study for Social Media ROI. Social Anthropologists and Psychiatrists may be able to give us better frameworks to evaluate the benefits of “connectedness” within a population. The Tower of Babel Inversion formula for example :)

Innovation is almost always the result of merging ideas and unique insight and anything that can promote or speed that process will be viewed positively by companies that rely on it for growth. This seems like the most concrete of the soft benefits that Social Media can offer companies.

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Maybe we need to look at other fields of study for Social Media ROI. Social Anthropologists and Psychiatrists may be able to give us better frameworks to evaluate the benefits of “connectedness” within a population. The Tower of Babel Inversion formula for example :)

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Innovation is almost always the result of merging ideas and unique insight and anything that can promote or speed that process will be viewed positively by companies that rely on it for growth. This seems like the most concrete of the soft benefits that Social Media can offer companies.

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