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Article-a-day status updates
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Separate from the big-picture discussion on OAC's social model, I wanted to bring up a smaller idea also raised recently on Savage Minds:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Francine Barone May 22, 2012.

 

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Francine Barone replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"If you're concise enough, Twitter will do. Plus you can tweet a link to where the full summary is, wherever you post it on the OAC or off. Just hashtag any daily article summaries #OpenAnthCoop and it will come up on our new Twitter page (see…"
May 22, 2012
Keith Hart replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"The OAC was started on Twitter but moved elsewhere for reasons of space. I no longer communicate with anthropologists through it, but more often here or on Facebook. There is no hand me down solution to implementing the idea, which is a good one,…"
May 18, 2012
T Paul Cox replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"Ah, my mistake. I couldn't find a way to test it out without having actual friends posting actual updates. Maybe Twitter is the right platform after all. I feel like multiple people all posting daily, one-line updates would make a mess of the…"
May 17, 2012
Keith Hart replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"One method which Ashkuff uses is to send a series of messages to a list of friends, sometimes linked to a discussion elsewhere. But the Ning messaging system is cumbersome and the Reply All function doesn't always do the trick."
May 17, 2012
Keith Hart replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"No Paul, it doesn't work like that here nor on Facebook (although there is an edited stream there of friends' posts which have already attracted a lot of interest). People only get notified here when they are mentioned specifically or have…"
May 17, 2012
T Paul Cox replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"There are multiple ways to go about this, which is why I opted to do the simplest one in the interest of just getting a start on it. If something else might work better, we can try that. But simplicity is essential. I haven't used other…"
May 17, 2012
Keith Hart replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"I am definitely up for this, paul and have asked to befriend you as a result. Like most people I am overextended right now and I don't know what proportion of my many online commitments I can give to the exercise. John asked why not a Group,…"
May 17, 2012
John McCreery replied to T Paul Cox's discussion Article-a-day status updates
"Sure, sounds like an interesting idea. But why not a group?"
May 17, 2012
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Article-a-day status updates

Separate from the big-picture discussion on OAC's social model, I wanted to bring up a smaller idea also raised recently on Savage Minds:Alex Golub wrote:I don’t have to fill my status updates with the newest latest about what I ate for lunch of how much it sucks that Maurice Sendak died. I already have Facebook and Twitter for that. Because this social network is for…See More
May 17, 2012
T Paul Cox posted a status
"The anti-reforms of the American food processing industry, subject to the sociological literature on delinquency and deviance."
May 17, 2012
T Paul Cox posted a status
"The anti-reflexive strategies of the American food industry, subject to the sociological literature on delinquency and deviance."
May 17, 2012
T Paul Cox posted a status
"Stuart & Worosz 2012. Risk, anti-reflexivity, and ethical neutralization in industrial food processing."
May 17, 2012
T Paul Cox posted a status
"Matrilineal traditions may not look like much in a camp of shattered families, but matrilineal ideologies still shape fears and movements."
May 16, 2012
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"Apter 2012. Matrilineal motives: Kinship, witchcraft, and repatriation among Congolese refugees"
May 16, 2012
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"Anthropology's engagement with tobacco, an analysis the industry seems to have guided deftly when not just hiring the anthropologists"
May 15, 2012
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"Kohrman & Benson 2011. Tobacco (Annual Review of Anthropology)"
May 15, 2012

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At 4:55pm on April 8, 2012, Keith Hart said…

Welcome to the OAC, paul! I am sure members will be pleased to hear about your life as a freelance anthropologist. After all, there are few enough university jobs going.

 
 
 

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