Understanding audience’s concerns was critical to the success of the Obama campaign. I’ve been struggling with what to write about this week in regards to the election and the Obama campaign. Then I realized it was a simple matter of... Read more →
Sarah Wurrey and I from Media Bullseye collaborated on a piece about social media and election 2008. Called Decision 2.008 (Sarah's nifty title), we review some of the social media highlights of the campaign. Read more →
Joseph Carrabis's presentation on Thursday at the Society of New Communications Research Symposium and Awards Gala included a reference from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He called people who are information freaks, Sherlocks, and those people who promote a Sherlock's ideas,... Read more →
Were the YouTube Election 2008 debates a publicity stunt meant to break through the summer media doldrums, or a great example of voter generated media? Both in my view. However if you take the use of such social media technologies... Read more →
The project for excellence in journalism at Journalism.org has developed a project for the review of the candidates in election 2008. Called, "Election 2008 - Candidate web sites, propaganda or news?" The study reviews each of the candidate’s websites for... Read more →
Blogging is all about starting a conversation with another individual. I don't mind if someone from a company posts useful and relevant information on my blog. But that information has to be within the context of an existing conversation. I reserve the right to delete or edit content and links from comments on this blog if I think you are just making a sales pitch or trying to increase your SEO standing.