Content summary: Upcoming FIR Interview with Forrester Research; the FIR Discussion Forum heats up; discussion: the different types of communication crises with comment from Michael Allison; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; Ogilvy and BzzAgent form alliance; DRM is dead but digital watermarks rise from its ashes; social networking update; Hillary Clinton and young voters; Lee Hopkins reports on Janitor2.0, testing an online business building system, and fear and anger as keys to persuasion; listeners’ comments discussion; the music from Knyght; and more.
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Show notes for January 14, 2008
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