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Archive for April, 2007

The Twitterati’s sense of humour

This amusing flow of Twitter messages popped up last Saturday evening, just as my favorite international cricket team, Australia, was wrapping up its third consecutive Cricket World Cup championship with its finals victory over Sri Lanka:
JaffeJuice – I’m a South African watching australia v Sri Lanka in West Indies from British Airways Lounge at JFK [...]

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Marjolein Hoekstra has pointed me to SplashCast, a new service that allows you to create streaming media channels.
As a quick experiment, I whipped up a “CAPOW” channel, which should be appearing below. CAPOW is an informal group of business and communications podcasters — the acronym comes from Communications and Advertising Podcasters Of the World [...]

For the next hour — from 11:00am – 12 noon Eastern Time — I’ll be liveTwittering a radio discussion about Twitter — “The World According to Twitter” — being broadcasted on the radio program “On Point” on WBUR, 90.9 FM here in Boston. The show can also be streamed online by clicking the “Listen [...]

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icon for podpress  Bryan Person's audio comment for PRobecast #13: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

Here is an audio comment that I’ve just sent on to Topaz Partners ahead of the group’s scheduled Friday-afternoon recording of PRobecast, a weekly PR podcast.
In episode 12 last week, co-host Tim Allik (the show’s hosts rotate from week to week) mentioned liveblogging on behalf of a client, The Scuderi Group, on the Air Hybrid [...]

Explaining RSS in plain English

There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don’t. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don’t know where to start.

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Brilliant!
If this video doesn’t display in your RSS reader, you can view and stream it from its blip.tv page.
Looking forward [...]

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A listener to Mitch Joel’s Six Pixels of Separation: The Twist Image Podcast recently called in with a comment about the permanence of Twitter posts. His point: unlike our blog posts, which will live on in digital permanence and can be called up through a site without much trouble, our individual Tweets tend to disappear [...]

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Luke Armour has done it again.
The PR pro and new dad, whose home region of Northeast Ohio is apparently bereft of actual face-to-face social media meetups, has just released his second virtual meetup: “A Virtual PR Murder Mystery.”
This 30-minute audio gem is a hilarious whodunit (yes, whodunits can be funny) that features some [...]

 
icon for podpress  Virtual PR Murder Mystery: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

I’ll be watching, starting at noon Eastern Time (9am Pacific, 4pm GMT) today. And if I’ve done this right, you should be able to watch, too, directly from this blog.

For some interaction, take part in the show’s text chat.
Technorati Tags: Ustream.tv, Jeff Pulver, Chris Brogan
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Steve Runner at the 8-mile mark

Christopher Penn has just posted this short video of Steve Runner at the 8-mile mark of the 2007 Boston Marathon.
Technorati Tags: Boston Marathon, prescription Steve Runner
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Today is one of the best days of the year for those of us who live in the Historic Boston area. It’s Patriots Day.
Patriots Day means two things: 1) the running of the Boston Marathon 2) A morning Red Sox game at Fenway Park (a bonus third item is a lighter-than-normal commute, since many workers [...]

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