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Announcing a last-minute Boston Tweetup for Tuesday, December 4: “The We-Don’t-Live-in-Our-Grandmothers’-Basements Bryper Tuesday Tweetup.“
Here are the event details:

Venue: Beantown Pub
Address: 100 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108
Google Map (nearest T stops: Park Street and Downtown Crossing)
Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm
Cost: Pay for your own food and/or drink
Upcoming.org announcement

Full disclosure here: I do have a selfish reason for [...]

Week 3 – Friday, August 31, 2007
1. Lifestreaming
I’m not sure this is a game-changing concept, but aggregating your disparate social media content into a single place certainly can be helpful.
2. Backlash against Scoble
His videos about the future of search have people fired up.
3. A pissed-off Tom Coates.
If you’re preparing a blogger relations campaign, don’t bother [...]

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 [...]

Twitter, social media in politics, and listener feedback galore.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from historic Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Monday, February 19, 2007.

 
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I just received this generic LinkedIn invitation:
I found you while I was searching my network at LinkedIn. Let’s connect directly,
so we can help each other with referrals. If we connect, both of our networks will grow. To add me as your connection, just follow the link below.
The request came from a person that I [...]

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