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Entries from September 20th, 2006

Probably the best round-up ever..

September 20th, 2006 · 3 Comments · Public Relations

I’ve been in Copenhagen for the past few days and have finally managed to catch up on some of my RSS reading and podcast listening. Here’s some stuff I found interesting… Elizabeth Albrycht has an article in PRSA tactics on the use of RSS. Episode 172 and 173 of the ever excellent For Immediate Release. […]

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Blogs: Do they need to be first hand or boring?

September 20th, 2006 · No Comments · Public Relations

There were a lot of great questions and observations at the event in Edinburgh last week, but two particular questions struck a chord with me. 1) Are blogs ready for every market? Although there’s no empirical data that I’ve seen or would stand over, I think it’s fair to say that common sense tells us […]

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Edinburgh done – London to-do

September 20th, 2006 · 3 Comments · Public Relations

Unfortunately this post was delayed much longer than I’d hoped but at least now I’ve more content to link to! Last week’s event in Edinburgh went very well.  There was great engagement from the audience and, as always, it was fantastic to catch up with Chris, Elizabeth, Neville, Philip and Stuart. Listen to Neville’s podcast […]

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It’s good to meet people in the real world..

September 12th, 2006 · 1 Comment · Public Relations

Tomorrow I’m off to Edinburgh for the latest installment of the “Delivering the New PR” conference which looks at the intersection of PR with all those new fangled blog things. It’ll be great to catch up with Chris, Elizabeth, Neville, Nicky, Philip, Stuart and the gang. I’ve always been impressed, that for a group that Philip pulled together via […]

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If you build it will they have time to come?

September 6th, 2006 · 14 Comments · Public Relations

I have an affliction.  I am one of those poor unfortunate moths attracted to the bright light of the new new thing. There’s nothing more I love than a new download or unwrapping a nice piece of new hardware.  However, even with this predilection I have a problem.  Time. One of the latest online wonders is […]

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