“”We are all Hussein.”
New York Times, reporting on how people are adopting Barack Obama’s middle name to counter those who are using it in a negative way.
“Twitter is the public square. Lots of noise, little signal. Blogs are like a speech. Signal, but little noise.”
Fast Company article on the power of Twitter, highlighting Tweets from Robert Scoble’s Tweetstream.
“Google is the perfect example showing reputation does not correlate with ad spending,”
Robert Fronk, senior VP-senior consultant, reputation strategy, at Harris Interactive.
“In this election the internet is for the Democratic Party what talk radio was for the Republican Party in the last 15 years”
Derek LaVallee, VP-U.S. public affairs practice at Waggener Edstrom, on research showing digital media preference of 18-35 year olds.
“I’m not retiring until every American agrees with me.”
Rush Limbaugh, quoted in the New York Times, in a story on his $400 million contract with ClearChannel.
A mashup of a name for a webinar (which itself is a mashup) and conversations talking place via Twitter before, during and after a webinar, attributed to Chris Brogan.
“Police wnt u to fight crime w/txt msgs.”
Headline for a story in USA Today, about Louiville, Florida police opening a text messaging tip line for teens to report crime.
“Your Personal Brand may be doing much more harm than good… to others.”