Content summary: Shel’s recording on his own this week from La Hulpe, Belgium; new FIR Interview posted with Michael Netzley interviewing David Ketchum, Asia Pacific president of Bite Communications; FIR Live is set for Saturday with Neil Chapman and Gerald Baron on communications during the BP oil spill; Shel visited Dell and saw the new social media listening centre; Ragan content curation lauded by FastCompany; News That Fits: LeWeb wrap-up from Eric Schwartzman and guests, a study explores the future of content, Michael Netzley’s report, Media Monitoring Minute, Scott Douglas reports on how residents engaged with media during snow crisis in Scotland, Neville reports on a Mashable piece on five companies doing B2B social media well, Pollstream promo, Dan York’s report, a look at two stories on Facebook misdeeds; music from The Dirty Shames; and more.
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For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, for March 1, 2010: A 71-minute podcast recorded live from La Hulpe, Belgium.
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(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)