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Show #620 - October 10, 2011

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Content summary

New FIR content posted: Speakers & Speeches Google+ Hangout panel discussion with Chip Griffin and Jennifer Wah on Steve Jobs and Apple, Speakers & Speeches with Shel on content curation, FIR Interview with SunLife of Canada's Darin Diehl is up, FIR Video Interview with Toby Ward on IABC intranet study is up; no report this week from Michael Netzley in Singapore; News That Fits: posting your own terms of service on Facebook; Dan York reports on Apple announcements and Steve Jobs' death, and more; Ragan promo; listener comments; five reasons to use an infographic as a press release, or not; everything is public, behaviors remain the same: the PR executive's email profanity, the Braehead shopping mall in Glasgow and the Facebook protest; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; Occupy Wall Street: social media's role in social change; Pollstream promo; GaggleAmp update; music from Artificial Intelligence in Texas; and more.

Time Codes Here!

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  • 0:00 - Intro and opening comments
  • 0:55 - New FIR content posted: Speakers & Speeches Google+ Hangout panel discussion with Chip Griffin and Jennifer Wah on Steve Jobs and Apple, FIR Interview with SunLife? of Canada’s Darin Diehl is up, FIR Video Interview with Toby Ward on IABC intranet study is up; Speakers & Speeches with Shel on content curation; no report this week from Michael Netzley in Singapore
  • 4:39 - News That Fits (intro)
    • 5:15 - Posting your own terms of service on Facebook
  • 13:45 Dan York reports on Apple announcements and Steve Jobs’ death; new browser: Raven; Don't Facebook While Walking
  • 23:09 - Ragan promo - Beginner's Guide to Google+, webinar on Oct. 25
  • Listener comments;
    • 24:10 - Paul Gillin - Financial and insurance industries using social media;
    • 25:35 - Mark McElroy? - buying behavior driven by online communities; SlideShare?
    • 26:48 - Max Hansen - contract work available in Sacremento, CA area
    • 27:04 - Sean Carlos - PR role in the trial of Amanda Knox; slander and gag legislation in the Italian Parliament
    • 29:55 - Ronna Porter - huge outage on the Blackberry network across Europe, the middle east and Africa
  • 31:37 - Five reasons to use an infographic as a press release, or not;
  • 41:30 - Everything is public, behaviours remain the same: the PR executive’s email profanity (Brandlink Communications, Jenny Lawson aka "The Blogess")
  • 48:18 - The Braehead shopping mall in Glasgow and the Facebook protest after dad takes photo of daughter eating ice cream
  • 56:44 - The Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop?; webinar about monitoring on October 12
  • 57:36 - Occupy Wall Street: social media’s role in social change
  • 1:11:13 - Pollstream promo
  • 1:12:27 - GaggleAmp? update
  • 1:13:50 - Closing comments
  • 1:14:19 - Closing messages
  • 1:15:25 - Music from Artificial Intelligence in Texas: January

Contributions and Comments from these Listeners

Paul Gillin
Mark McElroy
Sean Carlos
Max Hansen
Ronna Porter
Dan York

Topic Links at Delicious

Today's music: January by Artificial Intelligence in Texas. http://www.myspace.com/artificialintelligenceintexas

Contributors to show notes for this show (add your name here)

  • Neville Hobson
  • Debi Davis

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