Content summary: Dates for diaries: dinner in London with Mike Manuel and Josh Hallett, April 12; FIR Live on BlogTalk Radio, April 19; Dan York reports on WordPress 2.5, and more; the Media Monitoring Minute with Connie Reece and CustomScoop; labelling 'social media' as just 'media'; ideas from Australia: two different approaches to using the web; social media and recruiting; Twitter and politics; 24 hours of intranet innovation online; Eric Schwartzman interviews BusinessWeek's John Fine on … [Read more...] about The Hobson & Holtz Report – Podcast #333: April 3, 2008
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Two names that are well known in the global online PR community are Mike Manuel and Josh Hallett. Based in the US, both are with Voce Communications, a West-coast PR firm. Mike and Josh will be in London next week and we're planning a social get-together in London on Saturday April 12. The venue's not yet fully confirmed but it will most likely be in Soho, so a pretty central location that's easy to get to and from. (I'll update this post with the details once it's confirmed.) The get-together … [Read more...] about PR geek dinner in London April 12
A discussion on Twitter early this morning about Windows Vista has got me thinking about faith. I've been a Windows Vista believer since the operating system was in beta. Even in the face of relentless negative opinion - seemingly everywhere you look - about Microsoft's latest OS, I still reckon it's pretty good. Yes, it does still cause 'issues' far too frequently although I also reckon that most now are to do with other software, in my experience especially drivers that don't work as you'd … [Read more...] about Is Windows Vista really going nowhere?
If you're a WordPress user in the UK and are keen to get involved with others to share tips and experiences about blogging with WordPress, take note that a WordCamp is coming to the UK. From an initial idea by Tony Scott, the concept starting gaining traction last week via a mailing list discussion. Now, it's becoming more official and organized with formal support from Automattic, the company behind WordPress, with a wiki as the place to focus planning and organization for what will be the … [Read more...] about WordCamp UK in planning