… Colin McKay has some thoughts about design, data, management, internet policy … written in Canada!
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Wal-Mart movin’ to the other side of the tracks
First Job Archetypes for Teens and Twenty-Somethings
Breaking out of the echo chamber
The reason for Jessica Simpson’s Ongoing PR Woes
The 22 (somewhat) Immutable Laws of Buzz
Paperbacks are a future victim of 2.0?
Priorities in science journalism
Third Monday: Social media meetups in Ottawa
Top 50 suckiest band names
Are you having a Mary or a Murray Moment?
Car Wash Bulletin Board: Buzz Killer?
Exacting and iconic advertising by Helmut Krone
Incongruous statements, Pt. 1
Plus ca change – media beset by turmoil and uncertainty
There’s a Smirnoff Partay!
YouTube as anthropological record
Tobacco PR and Lawyers: Deceitful Birds of a Feather?
Andrew Young and Wal-Mart
Interviewing techniques, the decline of modern media and TonyK
The 22 Immutable Laws of Blogging
Take the blinders off and read something
First post on WordPress
Migrating to a new platform
The press gallery as instrument of repression?
A Trade Show homerun, a marketing gimmick and how reporters screw up numbers
Working the biker angle in more detail
Users can comment. Users point to the pain. It’s up to producers to innovate
Marketing to Avatards in Second Life
Blogger Relations – a career destined for oblivion
Social Media Tag – I blame it all on Mike
How excess salt translates into corporate skulduggery.
Possible signs you work for an astroturfing operation
WSJ misses the point on BMW and targeted marketing
Tony Blair’s got some thoughts about activists
The Back of Napkin Diagram as Communications Tool
Petro-Canada tackles a thorny issue, with a side of social media
Increasing the volume – and the rhetoric – in social media
Tom Hanks’ reluctance to be interviewed – unless it’s a movie junket
Miami Vice: A misquoted review from a Maclean’s columnist