Ideating in this day and age calls for a whole other set of creativity.
I want to bookmark some of the most relevant (to me) tweaks and ideas that people thought up to harness the stream of social media…stuff.
Responses to oversharing. No one can deny that individuals with thriving online lives experience lots of clutter.
Every day, it’s entry after entry, stream upon stream of individuals, groups, organizations sending you virtual updates.
So what can we do about it?
1. To combat the overall bombardment, Flavors.me, featured in Fast Company, collects and streamlines your different social feeds into one “page”. Fast Company writes that it’s similar to About.me, but I’m just generally happy that there are ideas like these that are trying to corral the onslaught.
We’ve also got innovation ideas that make the digital Instagram stream more tangible.
How about letting someone’s Instagram stream give you travel guidance? Enter Wander. Featured on PetaPixel.
I think this surprisingly makes sense, since iPhone or Apple product owners would probably frequent places of interest for global counterparts with similar purchasing power.
Damn, I talk in a really boring way now. Mental laziness.
4. Also, to make things easier to grasp for the Pinterest generation, Brazilian agency ionz creates infographics out of users’ personal informaton (likes, dislikes, favorites) to create your “digital persona” desktop wallpaper. Fun idea. via Creative Applications
And lastly, for people who just want to keep their finds to themselves:
For the people who really just want to collect stuff, without sharing.
Isn’t that great – they even have apps for selfish, hoarding people! Like me!