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Monthly Archives: September 2007
I read yesterday that the MacArthur Foundation is announcing its annual Genius Awards winners and immediately knew that there must be some kind of mistake as I had not been notified and have not yet received my award. No matter, … Continue reading
The press release just wants to be loved, and many in the PR profession will just not let go. The press release is square. It is corporate. It is not fun, does not play well with others nor is it … Continue reading
There’s been lots of new buzz over the past month or so about the social media release, much of it in response to Cisco’s implementation (see Cisco Social Media Release, on WebProNews). Despite the misgivings I have expressed, in this … Continue reading
The full details of the recent survey are now available at the Fusion Forum blog. It includes a write-up on the results, methods, survey questions, and a link to the actual survey data on Survey Monkey. One thing we regrettably … Continue reading
Suzanne McGee has a great post on the Fusion Forum Blog, Pulp to Pulp – Time Inc. Shutters Business 2.0. It made me think fondly back on the go-go tech years of not too long ago. It is sad that … Continue reading
I contributed an editorial to the Barks & Bites column of Bulldog Reporter. It states my thoughts on the results of the now (in)famous survey about the impact of social media. You can read more about it here.