Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

June 2015

Kempf (NPR): WBEZ Curious City went onto streets to ask people what stories to cover, now spreading around country

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Williams: Build an innovation lab for local news, like people and energy

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Kempf on future of news: Keep relentless focus on local community

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Williams: Successful INN media startups developed events strategy to create f2f communities of supporters

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Ellis: LATimes rolled out membership model with in-person events. National journal added research/intelligence reports/presentations

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Kempf: Half of $.5 billion public radio station contributions are from I ndividuals. Next: more in-person membership benefits

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kmsitall Employers shifting away from nameschool and resume… looking for pprtfolio of work done @MaineSCW @PortPublicLibME

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Bon Kempf (NPR), Lisa Williams (INN), Justin Ellis (Nieman), Whit Richardson (PPH) on future of local news pic.twitter.com/61nFSzpaiU

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Getting ready for “Envisioning the Future of Local News” at pic.twitter.com/yguWUn3Oya

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Project Login’s curiosity-to-career model starts with work style preferences and then directs learners to matching career groups

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We’re pleased that 75% of our tech talent panel is female. Thank you Adam Lachman! pic.twitter.com/JIb9jEib0Y

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Scott Burnett: How do you help people know if they have the right temperament for a particular occupation?

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Project Login is in discussions with the White House and Opportunity@Work to get Maine designated as a Tech Hire community

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Erin Knight: Working with manufacturing institute to translate apprenticeships into badging system and portfolio

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Erin Knight: Supporting veterans through translation of military competencies into badges.

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Giovanna: Tech tools will keep changing. Galvanize focuses on how to be a lifelong learner, how to adapt, how to self-study.

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Giovanna: California has a consortium of boot camps. Students have to be employed within 6 months directly in the targeted job.

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Marvin @ammori: Maine was instrumental in leading the net neutrality fight. Thank you Angus King

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Giovanna: Maine is up and coming in the tech space. Access to the Internet is all you need

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Nicole Isaac: Maine is uniquely positioned to serve as best practice to other states. Ready for something great for Maine people

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Erin Knight: open digital badges communicate all learning achievements, formal and informal @eknight @ammori

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Giovanna: Even more than a degree, employers care about what you’ve done: projects, non-trad pathways

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Erin Knight: Guild and Talentbin and others are analyzing workers for competencies and match to opportunities

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Giovanna: Companies are competing for talent by branding their recruiting. Presenting at events (like Project Login receptions!)

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LinkedIn: Helping governments examine the workforce to determine what competencies are needed for which jobs

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Talent development and 21st century skills panel (LinkedIn, Google, Facebook, Apple, Galvanize) at pic.twitter.com/Lw4yJxiic1

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Erin Knight: Alternative credentialling movement is about how we recognize learning, both formal and informal.

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Marvin Ammori: How do people who graduate from boot camps show what they know? Erin Knight: Degrees are no longer the silver key

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Giovanna (Galanize): Filling gaps in competencies that traditional higher education is missing.

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Isaac: Helping people with middle skills get into today’s jobs through accelerated learning.

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Nicole Isaac (LinkedIn): Migration flows from college to cities. Working with governments to understand non traditional pathways

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Kotler: Flow is an ultimate focus on the now.

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Kotler: Meditation is phenomenal preparation for flow. Breathing practice (“box breathing” 5 seconds each out, hold, in, hold)

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Kotler: “Helper’s high” can last for days.

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Kotler: Flowgenomeproject.com works primarily with knowledge workers. Get documents at stevenkotler.com

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Kotler: Recovery after flow is critical. Stop, pause, relax, sleep.

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Kotler: Full flow cycle: struggle (frustration), release (normal to super consciousness, activity), flow, recovery (low, sleep)

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Kotler: Skunkworks projects build on bold vision (passion), extreme isolation, and rapid iteration

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Kotler: Deep embodiment leads to flow. Montessori is a great example of embodied education

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For me, the best entree to flow is contra dancing. Try it out!

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Kotler: Rich environment — novelty, uncertainty, complexity — leads to flow

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Kotler: Environmental preconditions: high consequences, (social or physical risks), deep embodiment, rich environment

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Kotler: Passion is a precondition for flow. Then, don’t overachieve; balance skill and challenge.

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Kotler: 18 preconditions that lead to flow. All include focus driving attention into the now. flow

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Kotler: Long-lived companies survive because they learn faster than their competition.

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Kotler: 71% are actively disengaged at n work. Flow is the source code of intrinsic motivation.

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Kotler: During flow, executive function shuts down. (I assume one has already developed those functions in order to let go.)

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Kotler: Flow Genome Project. Neurobiology is reverse engineering optimal performance and talent in the brain

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Kotler: Flow state yields “high-speed near perfect decision making” Presence and passion.

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Kotler: Flow is defined as ultimate consciousness, self consciousness and time disappears. Life satisfaction and well being

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Steven Kotler on human performance, what it takes to excel, to accomplish the impossible, to get to a state of “flow”

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Sen. King has introduced the Digital Learning Equity Act to address lack of Internet access to complete schoolwork - 1.usa.gov/1G7s6f7

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Fast Company: Inside Obama’s Stealth Startup, The U.S. Digital Service m.fastcompany.com/3046756/obama-…

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Chronicle: “We are a nation of hackers. Maybe that’s why we’re so successful. We’re always looking to improve things” bit.ly/1fcmcTp

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mashable Sesame Street: not just adorable, but a crucial tool in the fight against poverty. on.mash.to/1HYUFfh pic.twitter.com/6TPaj2b8tl

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arstechnica Net neutrality takes effect Friday; ISPs scramble to avoid complaints arstechnica.com/business/2015/… by @jbrodkin

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ammori Sprint, Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon stock prices *rose* on eve of Title II going into effect. thestreet.com/story/13184514…

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Coming to Portland, Maine: “A Hub developed and led by young people who make a contribution to their communities.” bit.ly/1dySGGo

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Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation. “Traditional rewards aren’t always as effective as we think. ” bit.ly/1MaTyMX

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