All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Edelman’
The Fly With Me podcast has captured some of the pilot-tower audio from last week’s Jet Blue emergency landing at LAX.
Up until now, wikis have served as collaborative read-write web sites that either individuals or businesses can contribute to.
When thinking about the future of PR in this increasingly hyperlinked world look not just at the tools for the answers, but to your people.
Howard N. Karesh, Vice President, Ketchum Midwest Corporate Practice, has written a blog post outlining four reasons to have a corporate podcast and three not to.
Marc Orchant discusses how Weblogs Inc. and Boing Boing are integrating trackbacks via Technorati, thereby avoiding link spam.
The open source encyclopedia is now the second most-visited reference Web site, according to Hitwise.
Microsoft has a secret. They know when the next Xbox is shipping. Surely a handful or more of Microsoft’s 1500 bloggers have this information tucked away inside their big brains.
CNN has launched a sophisticated Google attack designed to lower the rank of posts critical of the network by introducing spam into the comment stream …
Firefox developer Asa Dotzler is using the Spread Firefox blog to accuse TechWeb of lying about the Firefox 1.0 downloads.
CNET is reporting that Hostway polled 2,500 Americans on blogging. The headlines tonight and tomorrow …
According to Reuters, a Dow Jones & Co. Inc. executive predicted that more U.S. publishers likely will try to wean readers off free Internet versions of their newspapers by starting to charge online subscription fees.
How sick are you of the press release expression “We are pleased..” It’s been a staple of every press release quote since the PR classic “Man Discovers Fire, Unga Bunga” and even my personal favorite, “Meteor Kills Dinosaurs.”
There’s a fascinating article on PR and blogging in today’s Globe and Mail. In the piece, Richard Edelman comments extensively on how blogs …
The NY Times reports that Interactive Corp. (e.g. Barry Diller’s company) is buying Ask Jeeves, which now owns Bloglines.