Monthly Archives: July 2011

If the media model is broken, is PR far behind?

We all know MSM is in trouble and has been for some time. And because of that, many outlets are experimenting with innovative ways to reinvent themselves. This isn’t new. But it was reinforced recently at MESH11. Emily Bell, formerly … Continue reading

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There’s no business like Funny Business

I’m proud to say Jeff Silverman has been a good friend of mine for years and I’ve had the opportunity to work with him in various capacities throughout his many entrepreneurial forays. He’s probably best known as the president of Yuk … Continue reading

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Have you seen my new time share? It’s Google+

You may have noticed I haven’t written a blog post in over a week.  I guess I should have warned you that I’d be spending time away.  But the truth is I didn’t know till it happened. After a few … Continue reading

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:) !!!!! :(

As you can see, I’m writing in code. And it’s not to denote an expletive. In this case, I’m using Emoticonese, the alphabet of punctuation 2.0. My headline can be roughly translated as: ‘Mixed feelings for exclamation points’. I started … Continue reading

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Inside PR 2.61: Summertime…and the reading is easy

This post was originally published on Inside PR 2.61. A few weeks ago on Inside PR 2.58, the summer movie releases gave us the idea to talk about films on PR. And thanks to a suggestion from Jody Koehler, we’re opening the … Continue reading

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I’ve always preferred the 4th of July…

I know this isn’t the most popular thing for a Canadian to say – and I am a proud Canuck… really – but I’ve always preferred the 4th of July to Canada Day (formerly Dominion Day, for anyone that remembers). … Continue reading

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