- November 10, 2007
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Does What Happens in the Facebook Stay in the Facebook?
A very interesting video that should remind us that what we share on the Web and in social networks (in this case Facebook) is discoverable and usable by people you don’t know and could come back in ways you would never expect. I touched upon this a bit in “Beware of What You Share in the World of Social Media.”
Explaining what the “Social Graph” is to your Executives
I guess we’re stuck with the term Social Graph. Jeremiah Owyang does a great job of summarizing what it is and why it’s important to business.
I can define it for you in ten words.
Social Graph = Your relationships and the relationships of others within Social Networks.
Or, better yet, I can define it in two words.
Social Graph = Social Networks.
I had the opportunity to finally meet Liz Strauss of Successful (and Outstanding) Blog (gers) during Blogworld Expo. My brief meeting with her was one of the highlights of the show.
I also finally met Robyn at Blogworld Expo. Community Manager at MyBlogLog, Robyn also helps bloggers and webmasters increase their income via Adsense, Affiliate Advertising and General Blogging Help.
Virgin America Gets it Right, Opens an Ultra Lounge in the Clouds
I wrote about my recent experience flying Virgin America over at bub.blicio.us.
Jim Kukral interview at Blogworld Expo in Las Vegas
Marcom Professional Features Brian Solis as part of its Social Media roundup
Chris Shipley predicts the end of Web 2.0 in 2008
SomewhatFrank’s Frank Gruber wore a camera on his head, Justin.tv style and captured his discussion with other smart folks about Social Media
Michael Tangeman has an excellent post on how PR enhance their working relationship with journalists.
Tac Anderson, HP’s Director of Social Media for the LaserJet Division, revealed HP’s internal blogging workflow and best practices.
My open letter to Chris Anderson to make sure PR “gets” it.
Valleywag’s highlights contradiction between PR and publishing
Hilarious video that stereo types the new media aka social media professionals out there!
Connie Bensen on her role in community building at ACDSee and the associated expectations of management.
Chris Webb’s long, but incredible presentation on how to embrace and participate in Social Media – The key is to let go and embrace the chaos.
Ugh. An incredibly narrow “us vs. them” view of Social Media and Media Relations. This is the kind of post that shows you why PR isn’t always invited to the marketing table. This has NOTHING to do w/media relations. It should be in addition to any good PR program…