Content summary: Libsyn download difficulties with the previous show; FIR Book Review by Kurt Sorenson coming; SaveNet Radio agreement; Yahoo says it benefited from Skype outage; UK PR agencies and the Wikipedia Scanner; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; Sallie Goetsch reports; PR pitching bloggers: Tom Coates won’t be prostituted; Dow, social computing and recruitment; graduates use Facebook to vent anger at HSBC banking costs; Pete Blackshaw’s formula for calculating the value of brand fanatics; Eric Schwartzman interviews Joe Weber, BusinessWeek’s chief of correspondents; listeners’ comments discussion; FIR is podcast of the week at Jay Berkowitz’ 10 Golden Rules; the music; and more.
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Show notes for August 27, 2007
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