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Online Beauty: Resources

AMY’S SQUIDOO LENS

Beauty & Technology: Change the World with Online Design
A great source of tips, links, resources and inspiration!
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AMY’S DESIGN ARTICLES

Creating Your Website:
Download creating_your_website.pdf

Beyond Websites:
Download beyond_your_website.pdf

Nurturing Online Community:
Download MidwifingOnlineCommunity.pdf

Online Communications Constellation (graphic & guide):
Download vi_graphic.jpg
Download VI_ConstellationQuickGuide.pdf


AMY’S BEST BEAUTY DIALOGUES TECH POSTS

Online Culture
A New Way of Being Online – an introduction
Interconnectedness – TED Video about the internet and enlightenment, by Bob Thurman
Addicted to Technology? – Is an increasingly wired world problematic?
Credit Where Credit is Due – One of the best appreciative testimonials ever

Here’s a conversation I held on Seesmic based on the question “What’s possible now that wasn’t before in the world of online communications and social media”?

First the Question, and then the Responses, including one from online pioneer Howard Rheingold.

Authentic Voice
Authenticity – Wherein I cite Seth Godin and include an audio tape
Unbridling
– Unleashing your authentic voice
Speaking Our Lives
– The importance of sharing

Design
Design ala Pink – Design as Core Survival Skill for the 21C

Online Community
Community Technology –  Nancy White interviews me about Technology Stewardship at the World Café


MORE RESOURCES

Do you have favorite resources to support beauty online that you’d be willing to share? Add them through the comments field, below, or as feedback on my Squidoo lens. Thank you!

Comments

  1. Hello from Wendy in Minnesota
    owner/photographer of
    InBeaute (say “in beauty”) Photography.

    Amy, you are truly a joy to read and enjoy your blog. You often talk about issues I’m thinking about and again today you talked about TypePad and Google and technology; issues that I wrestle with often as a professional photographer.

    When I visit your site I often wonder what would have happened if I had not left San Francisco in 1985 and eventually wandered back home to Minnesota. Your site and your visions of beauty are so connected with my thoughts and my vision of light, beauty, spirit and love.

    As a newbie to responding to a blog I hope my personal sharing is appropriate.

    In beauty before me now, I walk.
    May you walk in beauty.

    Wendy Blomseth
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  2. Wendy,

    Your sharing is not only appropriate, but very welcome. I’m glad you wrote, and thank you for your kind words!

    I’m curious what your thoughts are about having moved back to Minnesota (one of the great beauty spots of the world, if you ask me), rather than staying in San Francisco (another one of those magic places)… do you think the move has effected you creatively, and if so in what ways?

    Amy

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