The Hobson & Holtz Report – Podcast #207: January 18, 2007

Content summary: Coffee with crayon in Second Life; discussions prompted by listeners - a journalist who doesn’t care about reader feedback, engaging all employees within an organization, dealing with podcast catch up, the goal of the Microsoft/Edelman Vista blogger campaign; Terry Fallis podcasts his new novel; Dan York introduces his new blog and reports on RSS auto-discovery and the US social media presidential campaign; Marriott CEO starts blogging; IBM erases employee blog post and then puts it back; Skype founders launching internet TV service; Watson Wyatt starts social media practice; new FIR podcasts posted: interview with Lionel Menchaca, Direct2Dell, and ethics Skypecast; the music; and more.

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Show notes for January 18, 2007

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