Blog memes are usually quite pointless, as concluded in my last post.
But - when it comes to one aspect of the potential full power of Blog Memes, we see the Power of We in living vibrancy here. There are much to add here of insight from the phenomenon as such, but I will keep that for the Essay Blogs in the analytical and conversational part for my book to come (see sidebar), blogged away later, since I elaborate in my latest publication on researching sustainopreneurship (a book chapter that will be separately blogged soon in relation to a Conceptual Campaign started beyond the Wikipedia article on Sustainopreneurship), a contribution on the power of social media to "collapse the degrees of separation" in between sustainopreneurs specifically, also applicable for change agents for a sustainable world in a more general sense as well.
About half of the top ten of the world's most popular sites are all social,
and all in the top ten do have deep social dimensions, or have direct
social web affiliations as parts of their brands! Memetic power environments, right?
So, do get out and socialize in the new media spheres - you never know what happens :). Especially if you want to change the world for the better! The Key Element on that, to make it a lasting experience that changes 'us', I believe is to blog yourself - both your 'self' and blogging on your own, in conversations with others - all the way, ongoing. And now, with microblogging, you don't even have the barrier of locking your up in keyboard anxiety of the Writer's Block. You can write an SMS, can't you? Then you can at least Microblog!
This brings me to the reposting and reediting of the #changeblogger meme as such, to continue my direct participatory and inclusive interactive ("enactive") research on Phenomena That Matter. Separately posted, to give it respect :). And adding key elements of events changing the path towards a more detailed level, with even more clarity.
I firmly believe we have not reached the full potential of Blog Memes. I will soon play around and create my own for the Conceptual Campaign I have initiated, that presently only is aired out through Facebook and my Twitter account as a part of this "enaction", on a meta-level a big experiment on Conceptual Diffusion (or Perpetual Confusion ha ha :). See the Twitter, Facebook and Friendfeed streams on the sidebar here for that!
I will blog about this Conceptual Campaign soon, to collect some initial experiences of that! And happily concluding, that this blog post now is below 500 words :). "It's getting better" as Lennon/McCartney wrote up in their lyrics ;).