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Show notes coming.

FIR Episode #547 Recorded on May 17, 2010 TIME CODES

  • 0:00 - Intro and opeing comments
  • 1:02 - FIR Interview with BP’s Neil Chapman posted
  • 3:40 - Kris Gallagher’s interview with Amber Mac, author of Power Friending, will be posted
  • 4:00 - Todd VanHoosear? interviewed NewComm? Forum 2010 keynote speaker and that along with PowerPoint? slides will be posted
  • 4:40 - Michael Procopio recorded a number of breakout sessions at NewComm? Forum, which will be posted to FIR Speakers and Speeches feed
  • 5:25 - Message from Ragan Communications
  • 6:45 - Shel Israel home from the hospital,
  • 7:45 - TweetDeck?’s wavy red line. Looks like it’s finally fixed
  • 9:00 - Neville has an iPad (in his possession for 3 days) to do with the launch of the Financial Times website and their app for the iPad
  • 14:55 - Should PR agencies give in to threats? Ringling Bros. treatment of animals makes them a risk to agencies representing them.
  • Listener comments:
    • 16:51 - Chris Christensen weighs in on the subject of 1-day conferences;
    • 18:30 - from the Friendfeed FIR Room, Kristen Sukalac in response to Dan York's report on FB's change from "fan" to "like"
  • 20:00 - News That Fits (intro)
    • 20:35 - Google slurps personal data with wifi collection
    • 31:30 - Goodbye Facebook? Privacy issues and lack of response from FB leadership; how to quit FB without removing yourself completely
    • 41:15 - Henry Blodgett’s report on Facebook and relevance to PR
  • 47:45 - Dan York reports on Facebook; Diaspora; and more
  • 52:32 - Neville and Shel's remarks on Dan's report
  • 56:25 - Message from Custom Scoop - The Media Monitoring Minute
  • 57:15 - HSBC’s 100 Thoughts via Twitter
  • 1:00:09 - Michael Netzley reports from Singapore on Facebbook and concerns about privacy settings; China’s internet paradox and more
  • 1:03:30 - Neville and Shel's remarks on Michael's report
  • 1:05:20 - Closing messages
  • 1:07:19 - Music from God Street Wine: New Eyes

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