Minnesota Monday – Communications Bloggers Posts From Last Week
Interesting posts from Minnesota communications bloggers for the week ending 2/28/10. Culled from the Minnesota Social Media Bloggers FriendFeed room.
- Mike recaps the MIMA panel on emerging technologies at Idea Peepshow
- Rocio Zamora Arzola of Iconoculture (client) observes that Consumer Reports is catering to Latinos
- Robert Stanke is abandoning Twitter for Google Buzz
- Joe Loveland talks bureaucratic branding
- Lee Odden discusses Brandividualism
- John Reinan examines the gold that is the Olympics
- David Brauer reports that John Rash is leaving Campbell Mithun for the Strib, covers startribune.com’s malware infection, reviews our newspapers’ e-editions, and reports that Jon Gordon has been promoted to MPR’s social media editor
- Brad Wellman takes a look at the Olympic Twitter Tracker
- Jon Gordon asks what makes content go viral, asks if the Internet really does foster freedom and democracy , then delves into Google’s algorithm in two parts [MP3s]
- Julio Ojeda-Zapata posts a video demonstration of 3M’s multitouch screen technology, reports on one woman’s Twitter customer service adventures, then reviews the Read It Later Digest and posts a video of Plantronic’s bizarre wall of ears
- Arik Hanson takes Prezi for a ride, then shares his thoughts about what the future PR pro looks like
- Amy Wallace dissects a Web document
- Dave Folkens asks what role PRSA should play in an environment of easy access
- Lee Aase discusses a Mayo video that’s gone viral
- Cydney Wuerffel joins Foursquare
- Steve Borsch talks online education
- Kristina Halvorson says the future is in content strategy
- Geek Girls Podcast: Stupid social media advice [MP3]
- Tim Brunelle looks at factless television commercials
- Lisa Grimm is soliciting questions for the next social media breakfast
- Graeme Thickins interviews Terry Anderson about his Spark Radio iPhone app
- Katie Schutrop goes back in the day and reminisces about The Facebook
- I posted: a Jennifer Jones podcast about Generation X technographics; a video demonstration of Google Shopper; a video of Eric Schmidt discussing Google’s vision of the mobile future; a video of fellow Tunheimer Allison Frailich talking about public relations in Uganda; a parody video of Farmville; a demonstration of Google’s new HTML-based AdWords ads; a video of David Pogue’s Internet parody medley; a video about the state of the Internet; and a video interview identifying the traits of an indispensable person
Thanks for the blog shout out, David. There were some pretty good blog posts this week, glad to be included in this list.
I appreciate the roundup David – it's become a standard part of my Monday morning routine!
Thank you, Matt! I appreciate it.
I wouldn't have a round up if it weren't for such great contributions, so thanks for that!