Content summary: The 300th episode; R.I.P. Marc Orchant; follow-up discussions: live Twittering, Technorati rankings, when to release online content; retrospectives from 300 shows: ethics in public relations, corporate blogging, Second Life, developments in public relations; Lee Hopkins reports; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; David Phillips reports; contributions from John Wall, Christopher Penn, Mitch Joel, Eric Schwartzman, Clarence Jones, Heidi Miller, Dan York, Donna Papacosta, CC Chapman, Phil Gomes; music from the Plain White T’s; and more.
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Show notes for December 10, 2007
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So, until Thursday December 13…
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