Show notes for February 7, 2005.
Welcome to our weekly podcast, a 46:41-minute conversation recorded live via Skype from Concord, California, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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In this week’s show:
- 00:25 Neville and Shel on what’s in this week’s show
Short Takes Part 1:
- 01:38 Show length
- 02:12 One comment from last week’s show on length
- 03:17 Splitting the show into two shorter shows each week from next week
- 03:41 New recording system for doing this show
- 05:30 Email comment from last week’s show on sports podcast listing
- 06:05 The Superbowl and advertising
- 07:39 Unintended consequences of Armstrong Williams
- 10:23 Lack of response in Europe and Asia on PR ethics issues
- 11:42 Interview – a conversation with Noah Acres, Sales & Marketing, BigHa
Short Takes Part 2:
- 27:36 Online Social Networks 2005 virtual conference
- 30:20 The fake McDonalds blog
- 34:02 Ask Jeeves rumoured to be acquiring Bloglines
- 36:04 Guest blogging on the Marcomm Blog
- 38:04 Steven Phenix’ call to action to uphold the PR profession
- 40:52 Next week’s planned interview – Loic Le Meur, Executive Vice President, Six Apart
- 41:50 On the show notes; how to give your feedback; about the music and the band; outro music
Links for the blogs, companies and organizations we discussed or mentioned in the show:
Short Takes – Marnie Webb, Skype, East Bay IT Group, Eric Rice, Superbowl, iFilm, Jeremy Pepper, Six Nations Championship, Sportpodcasts.com, Armstrong Williams, Ketchum, IRS, Spinwatch, PR Watch, Elizabeth Albrycht, Online Social Networks 2005, Howard Rheingold, Lisa Kimball, Joi Ito, Flickr, The Well, Kevin Dugan, McDonalds, Marqui, Ask Jeeves, Bloglines, Mary Hodder, CNet News, The Register, Robert French, Auburn University, Marcomm Blog, Josef Blumenfeld, David Forstrom, Guillaume du Gardier, Josh Hallett, Dee Rambeau, Octavio Rojas, Dale Wolf, Steven Phenix, Elizabeth Albrycht, Neville Hobson, Bob Ledrew, Morgan McLintic, Tom Murphy, Jeremy Pepper, Peter West.
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Until next week…
(Cross-posted from For Immediate Release, Shel’s and my podcast blog.)