Words from the wise?
One facet of "Inspiration in Action" was the amount of tweeting that went on, a selection of which is featured belowabbyleafe:
Love this...Gigi Santiago slide on creative and researcher relationship
Mark Earls has the crowd doing the wave... Didn't see that coming. Copying behaviors as a means of social learning.
The event was called Inspiration in Action, and I seem to have left inspired. A fantastic time at #prague2010. An absolute home run.
Biggest theme thus far: we're social creatures. Researchers must focus on the social constructs, ways humans really communicate.
Per #Qrca numbers, online qual has become a bread and butter method in our toolbox.
joined inspiring session by Ava Lindberg on creative facilitation: something we have to learn from Prague 2010.
Looking forward to @iconoculture Nick Chiarelli's trends presentation.
Laurie Tema-Lyn's poster talk was fantastic!
Loved the Monkey and the Fish story! Julius Goepp says to avoid harming people.
I'd love to hear the key takeaways from #Prague2010 sounds like a great event #mr.
Sheila Keegan assesses ways to stay strong in the wake of recession.
hrilled to hear that you were inspired by our mobile research/cellography presentation.
I agree that Why is a far less interesting question than Where, When, Who, and How?
Patterson announces Long Live Offline Research, to applause. :) #Prague2010
Listening to @susansweet really rockin" the 1st Pecha Kucha session on listening.
looking forward to @JayZaltzman's workshop today! Glad to hear we are expecting over 30 Countries!
How to reconcile sea of headphone isolation with rise of we culture?
Consumers seeking happiness, co-creation post-crisis, according to Patterson.
@steveaugust Thanks! Lots of fun, glad I'm done. Wish you were here, too. You'd love the content and quality of the program.
Mark Earls" timely comment, We are poor witnesses to our own lives @ #prague2010 forced me to revamp my plan for for this week's groups.
- Prague2010 keegan quoting watts: quant and qual like prickles and goo.
@SusanSweet @ShailiBhatt Ooohhh...wish I was in Prague. Enjoying vicariously thanks for the tweets.
This article was first published in InBrief magazine, July 2010
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