Jobs Speaks, People Listen

Here we are again: back to Apple. Tell me: don’t all digital roads eventually lead back to Apple? Well, from a PR perspective, actually not. The proprietor of this blog has allocated a decent share of space to the PR peccadilloes of Cupertino’s (and the world’s) most famous company.Many of my previous Apple-related posts have…… Continue reading Jobs Speaks, People Listen

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 Twitterers)…… Continue reading Friday’s Video Views

Angelina’s iPhone Moment

Can the blogosphere crack Apple PR’s “Blue Wall of Silence” enveloping the iPhone?That’s the question the Scobleizer (Robert Scoble) raises today after getting the brush off by an Adobe tech he probed on the status of Flash for the iPhone.WebProNews picked up the post in which Scoble relates:”‘How’s the work on the iPhone version of…… Continue reading Angelina’s iPhone Moment