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Show #170 - September 7, 2006

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Content summary

New FIR interview posted; IABC begins new podcast series; new Skylook features; RIM launches multimedia Blackberry; the Hewlett-Packard boardroom soap opera get serious; SNCR Awards deadline extended; the Adam Curry and Joseph Jaffe kerfuffle; David Phillips reports on investing in the PR industry; pay for placement in Wikipedia; Dan York reports; listeners' comments discussion; the music; and more.


1:15 Call the Comment Lines - North America: +1 206 222 2803 | Europe: +44 20 8133 9844 | Skype: fircomments


1:30 New FIR interview 4:10 First episode from IABC

5:49 One minute news
New Skylook features
Research in Motion launches multimedia Blackberry
SNCR Awards deadline extended
The Hewlett-Packard boardroom soap opera get serious
The Adam Curry and Joseph Jaffe kerfuffle

21:58 David Phillips
PR Wiki bibliography; PR standards; Global alliance;

26:45 My Wiki Biz and pay for placement in Wikipedia

43:03 Dan York
Intro; Tips for PR pros; Bitrate on MP3's; Podcamp; Lee's Video Blogging

Listener Comments

48:00 Carmen van Kerchove emails "the phantom belly"
50:21 Carmen van Kerchove comments on Survivor
57:32 Michael Vanderdonk comments on the show blog about illegal acts in a virtual world
59:22 Bryan Person comments on Second Life and Podcamp
63:46 Sallie Goetsch comments on the blog about user manuals
65:05 Ed from 2guysnamedJoe about the music on the show
65:40 Wrap Up

69:30M usic - "Hell of a bow"


IABC Cafe2Go Podcast
SNCR Awards Competition submission form

Contributors to show notes for this show (add your name here):
  • Neville Hobson
  • Shel Holtz
  • Michael Vanderdonk

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