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Monthly Archives: December 2010
'Tis the season for predictions, state-of-the-industry wraps, and fruitcake. I am not a big fan of fruit cake, it is sickly sweet, and all the pontificating can get pretty rich and heavy too. But where would we be without these … Continue reading
It is a thankless and never ending job, battling PR's image problen, but one that I enjoy doing my small part in nonetheless. Although the name of my blog might lead people to believe that it is more about score … Continue reading
The PR Conversations blog had a nice post, Facing Up to the PR Challenge, about a skills shortage in the field, and what can and should be done about this. It emphasizes the importance of training, weighs the value of … Continue reading
WikiLeaks has been much in the news, and I have blogged about it several times (see my most recent posts). The subject is very polarizing – you have the anarchists such as the hackers (who are launching attacks on perceived … Continue reading
News broke yesterday about renegade Wiki Leakers' (is that redundant?) plans to start a kinder, gentler leak site called OpenLeaks, with a stated mission to serve up leaks without a political agenda. This led me to ask all kinds of … Continue reading
My post yesterday about diplomatic cables and PR writing referenced a passage that quoted a Kazakhstan ambassador. A commenter speculated that Sacha Baron Cohen is incorporating this into his next movie – I responded that the New York Times article … Continue reading
People who read this blog might expect to see some dark humor here that relates to the title of the post and the WikiLeaks imbroglio. Well, I think SNL did a pretty good job of that over the weekend,with their … Continue reading
What can tech marketers learn from infomercials? Products such as Sham Wow and PedEgg that are sold via infomercials often serve as the punch line in jokes. Yet, as it turns out, there is a quite a bit you can … Continue reading
I had been seeing and hearing a lot about Frank Sinatra recently, and while reading the NY Times this morning, it became clear why the news has been covering the legendary crooner. There is a new book out about Sinatra's … Continue reading