… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Alt-Weeklies: Blogs can be part of the buzz
Alt-Weeklies: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Communicating with your stakeholders – and their mothers
Definitely not a Six Sigma moment for the Blackberry
PR for Camp Directors
Know your audiences – and their dysfunctions
Lawn Signs: tool for voter education or ground aeration?
The battle between creative and procurement continues
This being NY, spot the exhibitionist
DJ swerves off the playlist – too much Cliff Richard?
The curse of the well-known blogger
Brand Casting: why pay for the cow?
Book tours are for softballs, don’t you know?
Programming Update: PR for Summer Camp Directors
Summer and Beer: a pair like Sonny and Cher
Mr. Kissinger? Please pick up the blue courtesy phone.
Caste Party: how technology is helping economic mobility in India
PepsiBall: marketers are buyng the gospel of Sabermetrics
Pure data helps bring commercials out of the Closet
Case Study: Blogging is an SEO and Publicity Bonanza
Coffee and Canadian Content
Small business isn’t totally sold on e-commerce in Canada
Euro Cup and Nelly Furtado
Watching TV, Old School
Andy Richter: delusional?
P. Diddy, Harvard, and Sponsorship
Legal chill at the Reuters business desk?
Canadian politics aren’t wired: how embarassing
A War Room for Farenheit 9/11?
Thierry Henry Voodoo doll – PR implications?
A dedicated advance team – for Reagan’s funeral
PRWEEK on PR blogging
Some true words about red carpets
Political ad consultants: talking out of their …
How does a senior citizen build buzz?
Princess Michael of Kent – scaring off a PR rep
Perks for journalists: free flights to Cabo
Turner and Hooch, Pt. 2 – placing wine in Tom Hanks movies