The “say g’day to Paull Young” meetup, which expanded into the first impromptu meetup of the BostonTweeters, was a smashing success Monday night.
As in other instances where I finally came face-to-face with someone I’d corresponded with for a good while online, “meeting” Paull was more proof for me that social media connections are genuine [...]
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A quick note about an informal meetup — or to be cool, we can call it a geek dinner — that I’ve thrown together in Boston for tonight. Here are the details I included in the upcoming.org announcement:
Say “G’day” to Paull Young
Monday, May 21, 2007
MJ O’Connor’s Irish Pub
Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers,
64 Arlington [...]
How to run a successful blogger relations campaign.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Tuesday, May 15, 2007.
As the Wall Street Journal rightly points out in its featured technology story today, “How to Be a Star in a YouTube World,” going from amateur to true online superstar requires more than just good talent:
Just as in Hollywood, becoming a hit takes talent, effort, timing and some luck. Sex appeal is just as valuable [...]
Libaries and new media. Managing your social media.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Tuesday, May 8, 2007.
If Andy Kaufman had been at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society on Thursday night, the 90-minute presentation on Twitter that Jack Hodgson and I led for the Berkman Thursdays Blog Group might well have been condensed into a five-minute lightning talk — leaving us extra time to enjoy the always-important post-meetup food-and-beer session. [...]
Key observations, messages, and takeaways from a night of Twitter talk at the Berkman Center with my co-presenter Jack Hodgson.
There are certainly plenty of new-media enthusiasts who aren’t yet using Twitter, if our small sample size lf eight was any indication. Only only or two of the participants, in fact, had actually tried the [...]
Jack Hodgson and I will be giving a 30-minute presentation on Twitter tonight at 7:00 at the weekly Berkman Thursdays Blog Group meetup, at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School.
Just as we did at BarCamp Boston 2, we’ll be giving an overview and demonstration of Twitter and then leading a [...]
Dave Jones, co-host of the outstanding Inside PR podcast, included this gem in a list of five things to do as part of spring cleaning your PR career: “Lose the do-what-I’m-told approach.”
Dave’s right. Here are five reasons why simply doing what you’re told on the job is a loser’s game. Some of these ideas came [...]