1) Launch of Pubic Hair Coloring Product Line Scores PR Coup: Advertising Age (reg. req.)
Is it me or were the editors high fiving each other for getting pubic hair and scores into the same headline? The mind races with other, much wittier, things to say, but I’ll check swing.
2) Web 3.0? Gimme a break: ZDNet
Stop the madness. Despite The New York Times’ (reg. req.) flagrant use of this phrase, I agree with McKendrick. “Maybe its time to start our plea to vendors, analysts, and even the mainstream media before this thing really grows legs.”
Kill the use of Web 3.0 before it starts.
3) The PRSA International Conference Blog: The Public Relations Society of America
PRSA’s blog is covering elements of its annual, international conference. You’ll find plenty of kool-aid for anyone needing a pep talk about our profession.
“24-7-365, events are unfolding in every corner of the world that in some way touch or influence the reputation, growth, progress and standing of nations, industries and organizations.”
Since it’s Monday, I’m taking several gulps…right after I finish my coffee.
4) Media in Second Life Not Too Different From First: Communication Overtones
Plan on pitching to media IN Second Life? You know the drill; learn their likes and dislikes as you would in the real world.
Kami Huyse links to some great discussions she’s arranged with SL-based editors. She also links to Business Communicators in Second Life, giving you even more opportunities to learn before you leap.