“Authentic communication is the new requirement, a paradigm shift has already happened, and most companies and communicators haven’t made the shift.”
Barbara Gibson, in her last post (The Last Hurrah) as outgoing IABC chair.
“that onerous system of checks and rewrites and hand wringing where legions of non-writers add their personal stamp to a piece of communication … to the point of unreadability.”
Steve Crescenzo, citing one of the two biggest obstacles to effective internal comms. The other is an overzealous IT Team.
“Twitter Tees brings community-powered t-shirt design to Twitter.
Threadless, which launched a way for Twitter users to vote on 4 T shirts with tweets that include “in space, no one can hear you tweeet” and “140 is the new 420”
“He’s the most … trollish person I’ve ever worked with!”
Leo Laporte, after cutting off Tech Crunch’s Mike Arrington, who suggested that Laporte had received a free Palm Pre.
“Did I really want to tell the world that I was out of town? Because the card in my camera automatically added location data to my photos, anyone who cared to look at my Flickr page could see my computers, my spendy bicycle, and my large flatscreen TV all pinpointed on an online photo map.”
Israel Hyman of Arizona, who claims his house may have been robbed because of his Twitter updates.
“We got the cure for Search Overload Syndrome.”
Microsoft Bing copy, on Facebook
“Every three years, the world completely changes, which makes strategic planning difficult. But while you can’t predict a future, you can prepare yourself for multiple futures.”
Mike Curran, the unofficial jobs guru of Silicon Calley, who is retiring after 23 years as director of NOVA
“we forgot the relationship part of public relations”
Lee Hopkins (@leehopkins) tweeting at the #IABC09 conference in San Francisco this week
“Although the pandemic appears to have moderate severity in comparatively well-off countries, it is prudent to anticipate a bleaker picture…”
Dr Margaret Chan, Dir Gen of World Health Organization, on raising the global pandemic level to Level 6
“a high-stakes poker game”