Dot Journalism has a story on the rosy future for online journalism.
eMarketer has an interview with the doyen of technology marketing – Regis McKenna.
Dan Gillmor has discovered Correspondences.org which is aiming to provide a forum where eye-witnesses can tell their own personal account of events. In their own words: “No one can tell a story better than the people who participated in events. Whether you witnessed a crime, suffered a catastrophe or sat through a performance, you’ve got something to say about that experience.“
In other news, the Guardian tackles the subject of blogs clogging up Google.
The Daily Yomiuri explains why Japan’s top executives must recognize the role of PR.
AdAge reports (as mentioned previously) that the Financial Dynamics MBO from Cordiant is expected to close in the next few days for $41 million.
An interesting color piece on how PR impacts the working lives of US racing drivers.
Inc. has an article on how blogging can be used by smaller firms for marketing purposes.