Dare ya not to like this:
Two clips for those unfamiliar with Dave’s reference to the awesome customized advertising from Minority Report.
We’ve written before about magazines that are either going all-digital or launching another, digital version of their publication (again, not an online version…a digital version). dBusiness is the latest (that I know of) to enter the fray. Check it out…I do think this is pretty cool. Is this the future of magazine publishing?
Interesting article. I especially liked this: Indeed, for now, Twitter appears to be winning the microblogging arms race. The service boasted an estimated 1.2 million unique visitors in May alone, and may be valued in the eye-popping neighborhood of $100 million. This all suggests that an instant 140-character “tweet” meets some communications needs better than a… Read more »
With a new social media tool cropping up every few weeks, or maybe even every few days, is it possible to keep up with the constantly evolving industry? A recent Newsweek article brought this question to my attention. Just as some people, myself included, started hearing about services like Twitter, old news to those who… Read more »
Reverend Jesse Jackson’s recent verbal gaffe, in which he made some derisive comments about presidential hopeful Barack Obama (not providing a link due to language—you can google it) reminded me of media relations’ Golden Rule: Never say anything to a journalist you wouldn’t be completely comfortable seeing in print or on air. The interview does… Read more »