Monthly Archives: January 2010

Two Ps in a PodCamp (Toronto)

That’s people and programming. And at PodCamp Toronto 2010, the two are inextricably intertwined. For anyone who hasn’t been, the annual event takes place February 20 and 21 at Toronto’s Ryerson University. It’s an energy-filled, somewhat entropic, fun exchange of … Continue reading

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Blogging backlist

When I worked in publishing, new releases were very important, of course. But of almost equal importance was the backlist – those books that had already been published and had built awareness, an audience, a niche. If your title moved … Continue reading

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How are you reading?

Normally, the question we’d ask is: what are you reading? As in content you’ll hopefully share. And, of course, that’s key. But with the recent announcement that Canada’s largest newspaper chain put itself in bankruptcy protection and with all the … Continue reading

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Getting started in social media – new McMaster business course

As most of you know, I taught a social media for PR course at McMaster University last fall. You can read about it here, here, here and here. And now, I’m happy to report that I’m teaching an accelerated business … Continue reading

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Moving day… (for the blog, that is)

Happy 2010! It’s hard to believe I’ve been working on my blog for three years now – and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it and sharing your thoughts as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it. I’ve learned a lot in … Continue reading

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