The irony here is that adding a little bit of actual identifying information to their email wouldn’t have cost them a cent.
Tomorrow I’ll be talking about PR and social media to another communications class at the University of Washington. This time, it’s an undergraduate class. I’m going to hit many of […]
At a delightful New Year’s Day party in North Oakland, I met Don Lindsay, a technology professional and skeptic whose website includes A List of Fallacious Arguments. The list starts […]
If you work in an environment filled with friendly, fascinating people, where you continually hear about exciting news (local, online, and around the world), and you are encouraged to be witty and playful, then you don’t need Twitter.
I’ve been known to dish out advice (no, really!) and I’m aware that the people it’s aimed likely aren’t listening. And those who are listening are probably the folks who […]
Canadian author and blogger Crawford Kilian has put together a guide for Canadians trying to grok American political English. Sample: “Pundit: High-functioning moron who can log on to Blogger or […]
Guy Kawasaki has been facilitating a fascinating discussion on public relations. It started when he posted material from a PR person about “The Top Ten Reasons Why PR Doesn’t Work.” […]