Show #86 - November 17, 2005<< Show87Nov21 | FIRShowNotes.HomePage | Show85Nov14 >>
Content summaryListeners’ 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 ? 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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