The Epic Facebook Experiment

For months now I’ve been wanting to do an experiment on Facebook but haven’t had the time. The Daily Beast finally beat me to it with their Cracking Facebook’s Code article yesterday, which shows essentially:

If you don’t have a lot of friends, you won’t [...]

Big News: Devon Gets a Real Job

I’m thrilled to share that next month I’ll be joining the great folks at Threespot to lead their social media consulting practice in Washington DC. The promise of continuing to work for awesome nonprofits, with the support of really talented coworkers, and the demand to [...]

New York Theatre Network: it’s launch day!

Six months ago I got a call from one of my former classmates, Frances Black, asking me to be the project manager for “a social networking site for off Broadway theatre companies in collaboration with A.R.T./New York [...]

An Apology and Some Breaking News

It’s been 44 days since my last post. Oops. After four months of posting about twice a week, suddenly I just dropped off the face of the earth (at least in terms of blogging). Sorry about that.

First there was spring break:

I premiered my [...]

A Proposal for TCG

I recently made a bet with a friend of mine that who ever snags a presenting role at the TED Talks first, has to buy the other one a ticket to the most expensive conference ever. [...]

Never Enough Time

via ToniVC's photostream

There’s a few posts I’ve been wanting to write lately…

How to steal the charter school business model for small theatres Why the rise of statistics in sports management could be a model for arts management [...]

Learning on the Go

As my research on social media draws to a close, and I begin thinking about how to explain the gender imbalance in the theatre management field, I started thinking about how far I’ve come as a blogger. As it turns out:

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