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Show #224 - March 19, 2007

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  • For show notes for editions 1 through 74 of For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, please visit the podcast blog: http://www.forimmediaterelease.biz/

Content summary

The most listener-driven-content show we've done; Mitch Joel on the Foreword Thinking podcast; Mike Bellina rants about the future of print media; lots of listener suggestions for file sharing services to add to Dan York's commentary; Rob Safuto tells us about the Blubrry Jam To Fight Cystic Fibrosis, the first charitable campaign from Blubrry; legislation proposed in the US by John Kerry to extend the Freedom of Information Act to bloggers; European survey identifies social software as disruptive communication innovation; 100 most prolific bloggers; Shel's airport interview in Brazil with Mateus Furlanetto and Maria Russell; Bryan Person says talk about Twitter continues, and looks at how Forgetablogit will help a company set up a blog and also ghost-write the posts; listeners' comments discussion; news about next Thursday's show; the music; and more.

Intro

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Time Codes

01:01 - The most listener-driven-content show we’ve done

02:58 – Sponsor messages

04:18 - Mitch Joel on the Foreword Thinking podcast

06:11 - Mike Bellina rants about the future of print media

13:26 - lots of listener suggestions for file sharing services to add to Dan York’s commentary (Karin Hogh, Sally Goetsch, Matt O'Neill, Peter Mello, Nikolai, Doug Minor)

16:41 - Rob Safuto tells us about the Blubrry Jam To Fight Cystic Fibrosis, the first charitable campaign from Blubrry

20:15 - legislation proposed in the US by John Kerry to extend the Freedom of Information Act to bloggers

21:51 - European survey identifies social software as disruptive communication innovation

25:39 - 100 most prolific bloggers

28:40 - Shel’s airport interview in Brazil with Mateus Furlanetto and Maria Russell

32:03 - Bryan Person says talk about Twitter continues, and looks at how Forgetablogit will help a company set up a blog and also ghost-write the posts

42:47 - Bernard Goldbach and the teenagers in Ireland talk about Irish broadband

44:15 – Steven Lewis on Australian Second Life issue

45:05 – Mitch Joel on upcoming Montreal Geek Dinner and Twitter

47:57 - Peter Debreceny

48:56 - Nuno Machado Lopez on New Comm Forum and video sites/revenue sharing with users

54:21 – wrap up & news about next Thursday’s show

56:49 - the music: “Throwing Stones” by Tourist

Contributions and Comments from these Listeners

Mitch Joel
Mike Bellina
Karin Hogh
Sally Goetsch
Matt O'Neill
Peter Mello
Nikolai
Doug Minor
Rob Safuto
Alice Marshall
Dan York
Peter Debreceny
Bryan Person
Bernard Goldbach and the teenagers in Ireland
Steven Lewis
Nuno Machado Lopez

Links

Coming

Contributors to show notes for this show (add your name here):
  • Neville Hobson
  • Chip Griffin

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