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Archive for March, 2008

Now blogging at BryanPerson.com

Effective immediately, I’ll be blogging over at BryanPerson.com. The content of that blog won’t be all that different from this one that I’m putting to rest — at least not right away.
This Bryper.com site will remain intact and serve as an archive of my last two years’ worth of blog posts.
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Two excellent podcast episodes on social media and nonprofits made their way to my ears in the past week:
Big Ideas, Small Budget. In this audio roundtable discussion hosted by Donna Papacosta as part of episode 72 of her Trafcom News Podcast, a group of business communicators talks about the challenges, costs, and rewards of creating [...]

When I organized an impromptu Social Media Breakfast in Boston last August, I had little expectation that it would ever become as popular as it has (all 90 for tickets for Social Media Breakfast 5, held last month, were scooped up online within 72 hours), or that it would spread to other cities around the [...]

Just about a year ago, around the time that Twitter was busting out at the South by Southwest conference, Jack Hodgson and I gave a presentation about Twitter at BarCamp Boston 2.
And as much as we were singing Twitter’s praises, we had a hard time explaining, simply, what Twitter actually was. Was it [...]

My circle of Twitter pals was abuzz today over the news that two online community/social-media providers — Mzinga and Prospero Technologies — had joined forces as part of a $30 million acquisition (press release).
(In the spirit of full disclosure, I do podcast production and consulting for Mzinga, which also sponsored my last Social Media Breakfast; [...]

 
icon for podpress  Bryan Person interviews Mzinga's Aaron Strout and Colin Browning [17:20m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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