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The News Blogger Who Rules

by: Nancy Baym

The New York Times ran an article this week about a phenomenon I’d entirely missed: the 21 year old blogger who has become the go-to source about the TV News industry. We don’t normally think of news junkies as fans, but how else to describe reminiscences such as this:

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An Interview with an MP3 Blogger

by: Nancy Baym

Unbeknownst to most of the world, Sweden has the world’s third largest record market, sliding in just behind the US and the UK. Sweden also has one of the world’s most fertile music scenes, giving rise to thousands of bands playing every genre there is: death metal, hardcore punk, mainstream arena rock and dance music, indie pop, prog, folk, electronica, jazz, twee.

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The Who: Webcasting, Openness, and New Business Models

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Interactive Marketers, the New Stick in the Muds?

by: Karl Long

Is the web really moving so fast that the recently, bold, innovative, interactive marketers are now the “traditional” media? Are they obsessed with RIA/Flash based “orgies” for the senses and missing the boat a little on the “new” marketing, the conversational marketing, the blog marketing, the social software etc.

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Thought of the Day

by: David Armano

Are your marketing initiatives insight led or trend driven?

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Is Your Marketing Department Confused about Web2.0? Read This

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Clusters + Connectors

by: David Armano

I've described tightly knit online communities as "clusters" and manifestations of social media such as blogs (or widgets) as "connectors".  In recent weeks I've read a couple of perspectives that emphasize preferences for one over the other.  Some of us like forums:

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Green Content Syndication: Part III - Activating Diggers

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After The Click

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Influence Ripples, Tipping Points + Toast

by: David Armano

Consider this:

I got the latest Fast Company nearly a week ago.  I browsed the cover and noticed the "Un-Tipping Point" headline on the cover.  I then packed the magazine in my bag planning to read it on the train.

I never did.

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