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Slideshare Tips for Conservation and Tourism Pros

I’d like to talk up one of my preferred tools for sharing presentations and learning from other colleagues. Slideshare — www.slideshare.net — is an online platform for sharing presentations, PDFs and documents. You can upload your files, tag them, and make them available … Continue reading

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RTD6 and The Failure of Old School Events

@ronmaderRon do you have any comments on the issues? The presentations will all go on line. Live streaming not possible — Harold Goodwin (@goodwinhj) June 19, 2012 Let me say it: The 2012 Responsible Tourism in Destinations Conference, aka #RTD6 … Continue reading

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Conversation with Willie Gordon

Following up to the post Tourism and Indigenous Australia and the Delicious Cape York Stack, I just had a skype conversation with Willie Gordon of Guurrbi Tours in Queensland, Australia. We talked about last week’s Queensland election and the complaints … Continue reading

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90-9-1

Have you heard of the 90-9-1 Principle? It’s a social web theory that boils down to this: 90% of users are ‘browsers’ who read or watch but do not actively contribute. 9% of users are ‘editors’ who modify content or … Continue reading

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