The Hobson & Holtz Report – Podcast #151: July 3, 2006

Content summary: Vote at Podcast Alley and Podcast Awards 2006; Office 2007 delays and our impressions of the beta; BluBrry launches; Robert Scoble’s exit interviews: Wired magazine and on his blog; PR community action on social press release; Pay Per Post: non-disclosure of interest is bad; Lee Hopkins reports; Google’s answer to PayPal and a communications snafu; more twists in the Jupiter Research tale; David Phillips reports; listeners’ comments discussion; Lee Hopkins’ Frappr map; Eric Schwartzman guest co-host in next show; the music; and more.

Show notes for July 3, 2006

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So, until Thursday July 6…

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