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A Short History of Social Media: Hope, Defeat, and the Faint Hope of Renewal.

January 11, 2016


With the benefit of hindsight, I now see that the early promise of social media was somewhat ephemeral.

How To Outflank Facebook, Google, and Twitter: Run A Global Popularity Contest.

April 30, 2012


If I had two million dollars to invest in an idea, this is the idea I would invest in. The Idea A sales and marketing platform with the appeal of American Idol and the scale of social media. It will leverage existing and future social media, incorporate game elements, and fully integrate into people’s offline […]

The Soft White Light of Drawing.

May 22, 2010


After watching Moulin Rouge the other day, I tweeted the line: “The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is to love and be loved in return.” I got these two playful replies: HMsurfacing Seriously, @SterlingLynch – are you going soft on us? krisjoseph @HMsurfacing I think @SterlingLynch has always been soft at heart. The root of […]

Social Media Set The Stage: Now Available World-Wide!

April 12, 2010


My book is now available for purchase on Amazon world-wide! On February 11, 2010, Space 55 Theatre Ensemble, in Phoenix, Arizona, premiered an unlikely double feature: the U.S. premiere of Tangelico by Sterling Lynch and the world premiere of A Cube With A View by Mare Biddle. Barely a year before, the two playwrights had […]

How To Use Twitter: A Primer For New Users

May 21, 2009


In a previous post, I explained why Twitter works. Essentially, Twitter is a tool that can be used to create new and unexpected community and to share valuable content with that community. In this post, I want to provide a few nuts and bolts suggestions on how to use Twitter to accomplish these aims. Like […]

Why Twitter Works: A Primer For New Users

May 19, 2009


Recently, a number of my friends grudgingly jumped on the Twitter bandwagon and, so far, seem to be mostly underwhelmed. Because the power of Twitter is not immediately obvious, I thought I’d explain why I think Twitter is a powerful tool. In my next post, I will explain how I use it to pretty good […]