Content summary: Discussion: can new PR professionals build a media contact list through social media?; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; kerfuffle at the Medill School of Journalism; social network updates: LinkedIn goes mobile, Financial Times launches social networks; can sincere blogging overcome an error in judgement?; FriendFeed tells you what your friends are up to online; Dan York reports on POD and self-publishing, the semantic web, Skitch and more; listeners’ comments discussion; Inside PR reaches 100; music from Sylvie Lewis; and more.
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Show notes for February 28, 2008
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