Monthly Archives: February 2011

Kanohi Ki Te Kanohi

Kanohi ki te kanohi – Face-to-face communication (Maori) Related flickr: bingo slideshare: buzzword bingo Advertisements

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Responsible Tourism Week Survey

If you participated in Responsible Tourism Week, please fill out the survey! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/rtweek2011

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Wrapping up Responsible Tourism Week

Thanks for paying attention to Responsible Tourism Week! In a better world, every week is Responsible Tourism Week and every day is Responsible Tourism Day. Many thanks to everyone who was engaged, creative and generous. The output on Facebook, Flickr, … Continue reading

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Highlights from Responsible Tourism Week: Carrotmob

Day #5 winds up the 2011 Responsible Tourism Week! For everyone who shared information via Twitter or Facebook or Flickr, many thanks. We have so many examples from around the world. The highlights should be recommended reading, viewing and listening … Continue reading

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carrotmob

Carrotmob = event where people support an environmentally-friendly store by gathering en masse to purchase the store’s products. Thank you Wordspy for introducing us to carrotmob! — one of our fave buzzwords. Our challenge: how do we bring the carrotmob … Continue reading

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Highlights from Responsible Tourism Week: Hyperlocal

Day #4 of Responsible Tourism Week! The momentum is picking up with a number of new participants using the #rtweek2011 hashtag and posting on Facebook and adding pictures to Flickr. Thank you, all! Request – Now is the time to … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal

Hyperlocal = Using Web 2.0 to focus on a small area

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