Martin Pasquier

Social media exploration

From crowdfunding to new media at SXSW: an entrepreneurial journalism journey

We talked last time of what worked and not during a crowdfunding campaign, using both social media and IRL connections to get a project funded. I’d like to write a … Continue reading

04/04/2013 · Leave a comment

Crowdfunding and social media: you’re probably doing it wrong!

A professional and personal life experience, that’s how I would sum up my first successful crowdfunding campaign. A few elements of context : Our objective was to fund a new … Continue reading

22/03/2013 · 4 Comments

#RockmySXSW : vers un journalisme entrepreneurial ? Crowdfunding & new media

Qu’elle est jolie, cette expression, le “journalisme entrepreneurial” ! Ou comment inventer des dispositifs médiatiques qui forcent les narrateurs, conteurs, explorateurs, décrypteurs, à sortir du confort douillet de la commande pour aller chercher … Continue reading

01/03/2013 · 4 Comments

Crowdfunding a media experience for SXSW

Life is full of these moments when different things and paths seem to converge. When the convergence is reached, it then seems obvious it could not have been different, and … Continue reading

16/02/2013 · Leave a comment

Facebook Graph Search: the Lemmings vs. Kant

Sometimes, I really think Facebook is not made by humans living in real life, but by the team behind Lemmings. If you’re unaware of this great and old game of … Continue reading

21/01/2013 · Leave a comment

Is Japan compatible with social media ?

The forthcoming community-based world Coming back from a two-weeks trip in Japan, I want to share a few thoughts about the state of the digital & social media over there, … Continue reading

19/12/2012 · 1 Comment

Chris Anderson’s “Makers” : when customers turn into community

I’ve long refused reading the books of the top minds of the Valley, probably from fear I could be convinced and would have to change my “fixed mindset” as I … Continue reading

22/11/2012 · 12 Comments

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