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All a-Twitter about a Tweet

An online message only 140 characters long can create a world of trouble. That’s what Ketchum PR’s VP and Director of its Interactive Services Division James Andrews found out while in Memphis last week after he typed the following message onto social media website Twitter:
‘True confession but I’m in one of those towns where I scratch my head and say, ‘I would die if I had to live here.’ “

That he was on his way to meet with Ketchum client FedEx which is headquartered in Memphis seems to have been the catalyst for what followed. Read more

New Years Communications Resolutions

< ?xml:namespace prefix = o />Happy New Year. I’m not a big fan of New Year resolutions, but the turning of the page last night on the calendar did make me think about a few ideas. Read more

Plausible…Or Implausible?…Deniability

Under fire from many quarters since President-elect Obama selected him to deliver the Inaugural Day sermon, the noted Evangelical Rev. Rick Warren has just removed anti-gay language from his Saddleback Church website. Read more

IR and the Larger Communications Picture

The November issue of Update, the publication of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), features an article titled, “Corporate Transparency in the Internet Age.”

Lynn Casey, CEO of communications firm Padilla Spear Beardsley, writes: “Performance first. Read more