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Content summaryNeville’s at Twestivul in Reading so Thornley Fallis’ Joseph Thornley steps in as guest co-host. An interview with Knight Foundation’s Gary Kebbel is up. Mitch Joel’s book, “Six Pixels of Separation,” is out. Dan York reports on the new Facebook app for the iPhone and his “Disruptive Conversations” post about “attention waves.” The Media Monitoring Minute looks at a four-month Monopoly game using Google Maps. Joseph and Shel talk about Canadian PR and the “content gap” created by more Americans creating content than Canadians. A related topic is also addressed: the regionalization of Canada into North American PR agencies. News That Fits: Neville reports on the “Internet Manifesto” while Shel talks about suspended Twitter accounts at the Gov 2.0 conference. No music today. Neville and Shel will be together on Monday for episode #483.
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