I have thought and written about this for several years (like here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here), but an article in Bulldog Reporter last week highlighted a study conducted by the University of Missouri School of Journalism in which they found that social media matters enormously in crisis communications. Some organizations get it, while others do not. Their case study was about...
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This is a story of my family and I being stranded on a highway right after Christmas in the middle of nowhere, and decorated Marine stopping to help us, and going above and beyond the call of duty.
What I am grateful for this Thanksgiving. It's random, but heartfelt.
Am having a wonderful, very serene vacation on Cape Cod, but could not resist the opportunity to pay tribute to my pal, David Wescott. Here you go, David. Mark P.S. – playing the part of the foot model is my five year-old daughter.
This posting is republished from an article that I wrote for Media Bullseye. For those of you who have not seen it in the news, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been under fire lately in the French press for, of all things, hiring, as the French call him: Sarkozy’s little cop Sarkozy’s eye on the net Cyber Spin Doctor What are the French all up...
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