Former White House chief of staff Karl Rove in the Wall Street Journal, about needeing to watch Republicans who back Barack Obama and Democrats who like John McCain, respectively.
“So, I think they have to spin this as best they can, but the reality is still the reality.”
David Axelrod, chief strategist for the Obama campaign, on Clinton’s win in Ohio and Texas this Tuesday.
“We are all living in the middle of a paradigm shift.”
Andrew Leckey, Director of the National Center for Business Journalism, on the role of journalists, at a workshop in Phoenix, Arizona.
“it’s no doubt true that many PR & advertising agencies don’t, in fact, ‘get it’ yet … But it is also true that many clients don’t get it yet, either.“
Todd Defren, PR Squared, commenting on the fact that marketers want to put social media into the bucket of metrics and campaigns.
“We can also look forward to flexible screens, holographic projection and LED wallpaper that allows any flat surface to function as a display.”
Bill Thompson, on the technology of teaching.
“In the end advertising isn’t about the click.”
Mike Leo, CEO of Operative, in Businessweek, on the slowdown in Google’s advertising’s pay-per-performance model.
“Haven’t you people learned the art of pretending that you know what you’re doing?”
Cathy Taylor, on why ad agencies (some of whom occasionally blog) are not walking the talk about social media.
“A message is one-way communication and a conversation is not. Rather, a conversation is like verbal tennis where words and ideas bounce back and forth between both parties.”