Reading Room Revisited

Reading Room Revisited

Last winter, I wrote a post that extolled the value of long-form reading, as opposed to the microbursts of information that flows ephemerally across our desktops, laptops, Blackberrys, iPhones and Nexus Ones. The number of new books heralding in the new world order might only be exceeded by the myriad trade shows and meet-ups coalescing […]

Friday’s Video Views

Posted by on Apr 2, 2010 in Adobe, FaceBook, Google Maps, ipad, LinkedIn, Twitter | No Comments
Friday’s Video Views

This week’s edition of Video Views looks at the iPad, a very cool Photoshop editing app, one agency’s take on the 25 defining moments in PR, a chat with LinkedIn’s social media manager, Google Maps for cyclists, and Facebook as a bank(?). Forget Mossberg and Pogue. New York Times intrepid media reporters (bloggers, columnists and […]

Friday’s Video Views

Here’s this week’s edition of Friday’s Video Views, entertaining and sometimes edifying video clips from around the Web: “An Inconvenient PR Truth” – If Al Gore turned his sights on the pollutive effects of PR Spam, this is what might emerge (albeit with a British accent). Of course, violators can always test drive MatchPoint, (a […]

Where’s Scoble When We Need Him?

Posted by on Jan 27, 2010 in Apple, Google, ipad, PR, Robert Scoble, ustream | No Comments
Where’s Scoble When We Need Him?

I’m dumbfounded. It’s one thing to keep under wraps or selectively leak tantalizing details about its game-changing, new category-creating tablet, to allow viral buzz grow to deafening volumes. Yet, here we are at the moment of truth. The time has arrived. It’s zero-hour and every media, tech, marketing and business reporter, plus the myriad Apple […]