Writing, Speaking

Accelerating social change campaigns with Moblab’s Michael Silberman | Episode 98
The Great Battlefield Podcast. January 24, 2018  

Taking Advocacy Campaigns Off Auto-pilot
Stanford Social Innovation Review. September 9, 2016  

Moving Beyond Vanity Metrics
Stanford Social Innovation Review. June 8, 2015  

Your Social Influence and Why Marketers Care About it
Mashable. June 8, 2012  

Related: The Power and Responsibility of Social Influence Data (MobilisationLab.org)

The Five Dysfunctions of a Digital Team (Part I)
Four Models for Managing Digital at Your Organization (Part II)
Stanford Social Innovation Review. October 12 – 13, 2011

Looking for What Works: Best Online Organizing Reads of 2010 
The Huffington Post. January 6, 2011

Rise of the Amateur Organizers
TEDxMiddlebury talk. October 2, 2010

Web Thinking Manifesto: The choice ahead for movement-leading organizations
EchoDitto and Biro Creative. March 2010.

After Copenhagen: Turning Activism Into Impact
Frogloop. January 14, 2010

350 Global Day of Action: A New Bright Line for Digital Organizing
350 was more than just a day of action on climate change. It is rapidly becoming one of the great stories in the history of organizing.
The Huffington Post. October 30, 2009

Welcome to the New Media Campaign Tools of 2012
The real secret of Obama’s tech team—and what’s next for online organizers.
Mother Jones, March 2009

How Howard Dean Turned Online Social Networks into an Offline Phenomenon
Published in: “Person-to-Person-to-Person: Harnessing the Political Power of Online Social Networks and User-Generated Content” (Chapter 4 / starting pg 23)
George Washington University Institute for Politics Democracy and the Internet, November 2007

Mousepads, Shoe Leather, and Hope: Lessons from the Howard Dean Campaign for the Future of Internet Politics [Amazon] [B&N]
Chapter 9: The Meetup Story
Paradigm Publishers, September 2007

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