Content summary: Second Thursday in Second Life communicators’ meeting today; FIR ethics Skypecast on Jan 13; more listener opinions on the Microsoft/Edelman PR kerfuffle, including Eric Schwartzman’s interview with Dwight Silverman of the Houston Chronicle; Dan York reports on LinkedIn, open sourcing of Second Life, personal information in blogs; is citizen journalism in trouble?; Edelman releases corporate guide to the blogosphere; WordPress beyond blogs: Ford Motor Company’s Detroit auto show website; GM’s FastLane Blog offers video designed for use on mobile phones; Apple launches iPhone, Cisco to sue Apple over trademark violation and blogs about it; David Phillips reports on what internet-mediated channels for communication will be available, neccesary and relevant in 2011; Joseph Jaffe’s Manifesto for Experimentation; review of FIR on Simply Communicate; the music; and more.
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Show notes for January 11, 2007
Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 59-minute podcast recorded live from Wokingham, Berkshire, England, and Concord, California, USA.
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So, until Monday January 15…
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