I had a chance to give a talk to the PRCA this morning, alongside fellow digital PR guy Mat Morrison of Porter Novelli. It went really well - about a hundred people which is much better attendance than any event starting at 8:30 am deserves. Mat is just brilliant and there was tons of great questions, so thanks to all of you who came down.
If you've come this far to check out my blog, you might be interested in seeing what some of my more talented friends are doing.
- My colleague Gur Tsabar had a nice little scoop on our Ketchum blog, The CrowdSource about Microsoft's terribly amusing use of Google Adwords to pimp their forthcoming Bing search engine (which got picked up by TechCrunch!)
- Chikodi Chima has a post up on TechTrotter about the trials and tribulations of trying to get into Brazil (scope out TechTrotter's new facelift, too - designed by my buddy Willis Lambert)
- Harith Abdullah made a new musical discovery over at The Rev Records blog: girl folkster Brittain Ashford
- Matt Burton is staying on top of the White House's plan to nuture the next generation of white hat hackers over at Personal Democracy Forum
I've got a post in the pipeline about Google Wave, whose revelation yesterday is the same unusual mix of mind-blowing and not-unexpected that 3DRealms going out of business was. I think it might be time next week for another Web memoriam for a blog that kicked the bucket last year, too. (Previous Web memoriam for Memepool.)