Content summary: Wikipedia and PR firms’ participation; New York Times blocks online content in UK; why marketing should make the user manuals; military disruption in Second Life; new social media service from Jupiter Research; Dell’s battery recall: issue known for 10 months?; Eric Schwartzman The Spinfluencer interviews Gregory Galant, CEO, RadioTail; David Phillips reports; listeners’ comments discussion; the music from CC Chapman; and more.
Show notes for August 31, 2006
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