Monthly Archives: November 2006

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Impressions of Chicago

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It is nearly impossible to be objective about your place of birth. Some Americans get a tingle down their spine when they see the US Capitol. I get mine when I make the approach to O’Hare Airport flying over the Lakefront to the familiar skyline of Chicago. When you come to a city with your […]

A Thanksgiving Reverie on the Fork in the Road

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I want to comment on this week’s article in the Holmes Report by Paul Holmes, titled “Anti-Social: Is Public Relations Messing Up in the Blogosphere” and a companion piece written by Jeff Jarvis in Buzzmachine 12 days ago titled “PR and the New Architecture of Information.” Both Holmes and Jarvis contend that the public relations […]

Hanging With the Future Leaders of PR Field

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I am returning from a day in Salt Lake City at the PRSSA (Public Relations Students Society of America) Annual Conference. I was asked to be the keynote speaker for the event at the surreal hour of 8:30 AM on Saturday morning. At least I was on East Coast time-it looked like more than a […]

Observations on the Chinese and Korean Blogospheres

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I have just returned from a two week trip to Asia. Among the most interesting discussions were with blogging experts, Jeremy Goldkorn in Beijing and Juny Lee in Seoul. China’s top portals are Sina.com, Sohu.com, Bokee.com and MSN Spaces. Sina was clever in reaching out early on to Chinese celebrities, encouraging them to post their […]

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