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There’s a great quote I came across this week from 1995 where Clifford Stoll, a Newsweek columnists, dismisses the internet as a fad. Visionaries see a future of telecommuting workers, …

It’s called social media, because it’s about being social. You don’t broadcast your message anymore, you share it. If you’re a newspaper, you move to the web. If you’re a …

Old media talks down to its audience. New media engages its audience. Do you recognize how vastly different those two sentences are? Those two simple sentences hold all the answers …

Traditional media outlets on the web are notorious for not providing link love. They simply post the content from print to the web with no annotation, link or way for …

This entry was originally posted August 12, 2008 on my Old Media New Tricks blog. I’m collecting those entries here to gather a more comprehensive list of my media insight …

The Views Are Mine And Not My Employer

The views are mine and not my employer disclaimer is rampant in social media. But does it matter? Nope. Not at all. You are always repping a brand online. And which brand should you care about more: yours or your employers?

[twitter]When Naheed Nenshi was elected in a come from behind victory to become Mayor of Calgary, many pundits were blaring headlines about Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and social media as the …

I’ve been outside of radio for 3 months now. I’ve stood outside an industry I had been inside for nearly 20 years. Being on the outside looking in has given …

This post was originally written in May of 2008 at The Blog According to Buzz. I’m reposting it here in response to a post addressing a similar issue by Mark …

We’re familiar with the phrase and film clip from George Lucas’ THX sound system; The audience is listening. A bold declaration that the audio system in your theatre is revolutionary. …

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