“But it’s when you become the punch line on The Colbert Report that you know you’ve made the big time.”
Bill Goodykoontz, columnist at the Arizona Republic, commenting on Stephen Colbert’s ripping of Arizona’s new immigration bill –that was signed by governor Jan Brewer into law on Friday.
“facebook seems to be down – mass suicides worldwide predicted – story at 11”
Tweet by mmelnick, (musician, vegetarian, animal lover, truth seeker) who also re-tweeted “Attention humans: Facebook isn’t “down”. It’s become self-aware & will soon launch nuclear weapons. I’m pressing the “Lik …”
“Trees are a renewable resource, and paper can be recycled, recovered and used to make paper again. … Make print a valuable part of your communications mix.”
The argument behind Print Grows Trees, a campaign by Print Graphics Association Mid Atlantic (PGAMA) a not-for-profit trade association
“…uncomfortably close to advocating sexting”
“I think smaller- and medium-sized agencies make the transition from traditional to social-enabled PR much easier than larger agencies.”
Jason Baer, in a Twintervirw with Bob Reed of PRSA, where he also talked about ‘the science and math of social media.’
In my podcast series with GreenNurture, I often feature people with disruptive perspectives, from companies that are redefining business as usual in their segments.
So it was an honor to have Jason Baer, fellow Arizonan and someone I have been following (check his blog Convince And Convert) for as long as I’ve been working as a mashup of writer, marketer, communicator.
For those of you who don’t know him Jay has founded five companies, consulted for more than 700 companies and brands worldwide. But he’s best known for three words: Social Media Strategy. Just Google those words and see what I mean!
“This may be one of the largest experiments ever conducted on the web.”
Ben Parr, at Mashable, in the introduction of auto-captioning to YouTube videos
“Blogging success is a slow march, not a mad dash.”
“The idea that content is king is true, but some people miss out on reading that great content because there is nothing interesting in the headline that represents it.”
Alex Fraiser, in a post about headline techniques for blog posts.
“Every defective part is like a dead body…To figure out what killed it, we need to duplicate the crime.”
John Smith, a member of GM’s Red X team of engineers who study bad auto parts
“So What”, you say? So there are no pilots or even air traffic controllers to guide us, what does this mean? In the Web 2.0 skies, organizations are gliders who must reacting to their current environment.”
“We live in an age in which ideas and arguments fly across the globe almost instantly … Assaults on those rights, like “libel tourism,” tell us just how rare, and fragile, they are.”
Editorial in Arizona Republic on foreign nationals suing Americans for libel in foreign and US courts.