Monthly Archives: January 2007

Power Searching for PR Professionals

So we have our Lexis/Nexis, we have our Google, does PR searching get any better? For the intrepid infonaut (aka Newsmaster Flash), you bet it does – and will get even more powerful, for those who want to take the … Continue reading

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Armchair Flacks

When it comes to glory and earning power, they have us beat, so why do VCs want to hone in on our action? VCs are often protrayed as swashbuckling risk takers, a vital engine of the tech economy.  The good … Continue reading

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The Google and Web 2.0 Productivity Dividends

An old upright piano given to me by my mother-in-law, and 30 years in 2 seconds – these things have led me to reflect upon the potential importance of Google and Web 2.0 worker productivity boosts. Let me explain, you … Continue reading

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RSS – Read: Stop Stalling!

Some say RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.  Others say it means Rich Site Summary. But it could just as easily stand for Really Smart Searching.  Or, Recognize Searching vs. Subscribing.  Or, Really, Start Subscribing! The words are right there … Continue reading

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