Responses to Nicholas Kristof’s column, ‘Professors, We Need You’

This is for my own record, nothing to see here :) Kristof’s column (February 15, 2014) Edward Carr: Perpetuating the problem, A suggestion for constructively redirecting Mr. Kristof Corey Robin: Look who Nick Kristof’s saving now The Monkey Cage: Dear Nicholas Kristof, we’re right here! Mischiefs of Faction: What an academic wants, what Kristof needs…

Forrester Wave Social Listening Reports, 2006-2014: A Look Back at Vendor Performance

Forrester Research has just published its Enterprise Listening Platforms, Q1 2014 Forrester Wave report (free download), so it seems like a good time to look back at which vendors were included in this report since its inception in 2006, and at their performance. Here’s a chart summarizing that: A few observations: Vendors that have changed names …

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A To-Do List for Museum-Obsessed New Yorkers

My recommendations for Fall-Winter 2013 (i.e., what I plan to see): Through 10/6, Whitney. Hopper Drawing ü Through 1/26, MoMA. American Modern: Hopper to O’Keeffeü Ongoing at Whitney. American Legends: From Calder to O’Keefe ü 9/26-1/5, Whitney. Robert Indiana: Beyond Love 9/28-1/12, MoMA. Magrite: The Mistery of the Ordinary ü 10/3-2/10, Neue Galerie. Vasily Kandinsky: From …

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21 Stats & 5 Quotes from Social Data Week New York

Stats & Facts Social media now drives 30-40% of all website traffic – @datasift Only 3% of F1000 companies report they’re getting value out of the social market space We’ll see 9X growth in shared content in next 5 years DataSift now analyzes more than 500M Tweets/Day There are 1.1 million daily tweets about wine …

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The Socially-Enabled Enterprise: a work in progress

My takeaways from yesterday’s Socially Enabled Enterprise panel at the Social Shake-Up conference: It doesn’t matter if we label Social a “channel” or not. In Chris Boudreaux‘s words, ”It’s OK to call it [Social Media] a channel [or not], no one is going to lose an arm.” What it means: if calling Social a “channel” helps you, do it; …

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Two important PR history articles now available online

I’m thrilled to see that Dr. Karen Miller Russell has made available online one of my favorite articles, “U.S. Public Relations History: Knowledge and Limitations“! With this, my modest role in the PR history is secured, and I can get back to work :) Karen, please let me know if you have any project I …

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PR Blogs List Update: November 2007

Here’s the latest update of the PR and Communications Blogs List. As always, corrections and recommendations are welcome. [Updated 11.26.07 to add Voce Nation's change of URL]   General information: The list has currently 743 feeds (previous update: April 8, 2007) About the list — description & FAQ Browse the list in Grazr (please use …

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