In a scene where Vince walks out of an interview with the editor of a popular website, his manager, Eric, tries to smooth things over. ENTOURAGE: Eric: You don’t think Vince would make a good Aquaman? Blogger: I did this morning. Eric: And you don’t feel like you have a responsibility to tell the truth?…

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InformationWeek has a follow up story on my earlier post about rising demand for adult podcasts online, reporting Steve Jobs is resisting including this racy content on the itunes 4.9 podcast feeds. The Social Media Boot Camp comes to Los Angeles, August 16-17, 2010. Bring your laptop, log on and learn the ins and outs…

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A harbinger of precisely where the future of online public relations might be heading, Ron Miller of InformationWeek reviews a new set of tools from FeedBurner to help bloggers promote their RSS feeds and analyze their readership. If you’re a publicist still trying to figure out why this matters, take a few minutes and read…

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Sparing with Jason Calcanis at PRSA Originally uploaded by plaos. (LOS ANGELES – July 28, 2005) Public Relations Society of America president elect Denis Wolcott (left) moderated a panel on blogging featuring (left to right) Eric Schwartzman of iPressroom, Sally Falkow, APR and Jason Calcanis of Engadget. Engadget is one the ten most popular blogs…

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Seth Godin: “…Everybody feeds their ego in a different way. The art is in telling a story that matches the ego-outlook (what I’ve called a worldview) of your target audience. The next time you’re in a meeting and someone pulls out a spreadsheet, realize that you’re about to hear about money/value = ego. That’s fine.…

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According to an insightful post by Steve Rubel, the future of web search is… “…merging relevance, recency and popularity into a killer Web search tool…” This is something you can only achieve now through multiple search on a vareity of different search engines. The Social Media Boot Camp comes to Los Angeles, August 16-17, 2010.…

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The debate between privacy and free speech is underway, blogs Jason Calcanis from Defcon 13, where organizers told participants not to take pictures of anyone without getting their permission first. “An organizer went off a long tirade about not taking pictures of the speakers or audience without their permission and that the press would have…

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Progressive U: Called the “Carrie Bradshaw” of bloggers by the New York Times, suburban New Yorker Stephanie Klein’s online musings in her personal blog, Greek Tragedy, has gained the attention of Hollywood and the book industry while it draws comparisons to former HBO television series, Sex and the City. The deal is valued at more…

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Multichannel News: C-SPAN said Tuesday that three of its original programs — After Words, Q&A and segments from American Perspectives — are now available as podcasts (c-span.org/podcast). They are the first C-SPAN programs to leverage the new podcasting technology. The Social Media Boot Camp comes to Los Angeles, August 16-17, 2010. Bring your laptop, log…

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SearchEngineWatch.com: It should come as no surprise that five of the ten search terms involve “adult” interests. Now, if NPR or the BBC would begin offering an “adult” podcast with comedy and music, the needs of all podcast searcherer and listeneres would be satisfied. (-: Top 10 Search Terms at Podcast.net porn adult npr bbc…

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