“But let me tell you one thing straight away — I’m envious of plumbers.”
John Brown, of Georgetown University, in his Public Diplomacy and PR blog.
What NBC calls the target audience for its local ‘TV web destinations’ as reported by Mike Walsh, at Online Media Daily
“a mortadella sandwich”
Fabio Betti Salgado, an IABC member and blogger from Sao Paolo, quoting Brazil’s presidentLuis Inácio Lula da Silva on his definition of the financial crisis.
“If you look at it holistically, marketing is social media. It’s a two way exchange – value exchange.”
“Our little brains were never in a position to handle that much infomation.”
Fabrice Florin, or News Trust, quoted in a New York Times article on rumor in the digital age.
“This is a Google cache link, because the picture of the disgusting T-shirt…”
Article on misogyny aimed at Sarah Palin frm an Obama-Biden campaign web site.
“Oh wait. This is advertising. Reality is irrelevant. All that matters is cool art direction and great photography.”
AdRants, commenting on a inane Pepsi ad that involves a lifeguard and a woman on the beach.
“Copyright law is a mess …Complain to Dub-ya who signed another bill this week on copyright law.”
Steve Jones, commenting on Larry Lessig’s blog post about McCain-Palin campaign complaining to YouTube about meritless copyright claims that have a chilling effect on free speech.
“You don’t ask a cosmetic surgeon how many hours it will take. You don’t really care about the cost. It’s an abstraction, but your face is not …As a writer, you’re a sort of surgeon yourself-a word surgeon.”
Art Spikol, at Writers Digest, on Flat Fees vs Hourly Rates.
“The idea of online cannibalizing print is not just wrong, it’s the opposite”
John Ridding, CEO of Financial Times, whose newsstand sales rose 30 percent in the US, and 20 percent in Europe.
“True enough, it is a special rule. But isn’t it appropriate?”
Lawrence Lessig, on the McCain-Palin campaign asking YouTube to give special consideration to video take-down complaints. Critics believe the politicians should stick by the free-market model!
“Bacteria, caffeine, the pain reliever acetaminophen, fertilizer, solvents, plastic-making chemicals and the radioactive element strontium.”
Ingredients found in brand-name bottled water, which, it turns out to show is no more pure than tap water!