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Show #86 - November 17, 2005

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Content summary

Listeners’ comments (the FIR comment line; FIR RSS feeds; Shel’s website calendar; group vs. individual blogs; blogs and podcasts as conversation; the appropriateness of blogs as part of integrated marketing programs, Poynter’s E-Media Tidbits blog); Neville’s trip to the University of Sunderland, FIR has a Frappr map, more on Waxmail, Heather Green’s new podcast, an update on Typepad’s service levels, Krause Taylor Associates and SixApart? respond to blogger criticism, GM Fastlane gets heat for an out-of-synch post, an airline introduces a blog for its loyalty program, Dan York’s report (PR companies that get it; Business Week’s article on “50 Smart Ways to use the Web;” the accuracy of podcast download statistics, Neville’s trip down memory lane recalling HTML Assistant, and why podcasts are different from streaming audio), the Sony rootkit crisis and why communicators need a seat at the management table, Neville and Shel react to Shel Israel’s post about blogs and integrating marketing, a government agency in Florida yanks a blog, and music from the Podsafe Music Network.


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