Giovanni Rodriguez, Eastwick Communications, emphasizes social computing in his keynote remarks at the Puget Sound PRSA seminar on Integrating Web Communications in PR Campaigns. PR is not dead, but is going through a metamorphosis. “Many of us are helping our clients (for the first time) to relate to the public.” The tools for this interaction […]
After finding BlogHer, I discovered a speaker’s wiki. From there, I stumbled onto The New PR Wiki, which is a three-month old project that seeks to be “a collaboration tool for PR professionals and people interested in the practice of public relations.” Wikidom seems to have gone mainstream now that it’s WYSIWYG!
Using the community-building powers of blogs, Microsoft employees provide development insights into Longhorn, long before the month-end developers conference in Los Angeles. According to Internet.com: Like a developer’s version of “Where’s Waldo,” careful readers of Longhorn-focused and PDC-themed blogs (even “official” sites in Microsoft’s own PDC Web pages) can find leaks and juicy tidbits about […]