Got milk?

I just adore finding obscure online communities.Dairy.com of Dallas, TX, has announced plans to acquire DairyCareers, the leading online recruiting solution for the dairy industry“We are extremely pleased to be a part of Dairy.com,” said Lentsch. “By combining our online communities we have over 2000 registered users across nearly 300 dairy manufacturers, cooperatives and transportation…

Controlling Brand Image

… or not. How do you present your image as a College of hardworking studious ummm … students, when all the students want to do is get drunk and then have the temerity to upload images of said drunkeness on the ‘net? The Northerner Online (student newspaper) reports:Facebook postings, photos incriminate dorm party-goersUniversity students caught…

GiveMeaning and CSR

I’m mad keen on online communities being used for philanthropic ventures. CSRwire is the Corporate Social Responsibility NewsWire Service. GiveMeaning Introduces GivingProfiles, a New Way to Showcase Corporate Social Responsibility(CSRwire) Vancouver, BC – The GiveMeaning Foundation, in partnership with Plenteus Technologies, is pleased to announce that GiveMeaning is the first site to feature GivingProfiles, a…

An Evening Out

Cool. Erietta (from Cyberworx) and I moseyed on down to Mintners to catch Mark Pesce (futurist), Jonathan Nicholas (Inspire), Mike Walsh (News Corp) and Jennifer Wilson (HWW).It was a great opportunity for me to understand where Australia is in the move towards participatory journalism and marketing. Mark Pesce is an interesting and dynamic speaker. After…

Sssh! Listen! Don’t Talk!

Interesting article at eweek.com about the BlogOn Social Media Summit in NY that happened end of Oct.In fact, attendees—a collection of bloggers, blog management tool vendors and marketers dying to infiltrate the blogosphere—acknowledged that the blog alone is passé and the real interest is in the community-building nature of the new “social media.”Yep, no surprises…

Lunch with Mr. M

Talking of money, my Donations Please netted me the sum total of zero dollars and five cents. So the chances of my asking Mr Murdoch wanton questions on his internet acquisitions over sumptous din-dins are now also zero as wabanhood paid $57,100 for the privilege. I’ve emailed wabanhood to ask her if she intends to…

To koine a lingua franca…

Off to Slattery’s tomorrow night and I’m really looking forward to hearing Mark Pesce speak. I haven’t read any of his books – it’s really bloomin’ hard to find them – but I have listened to hyperpeople. All 40 minutes of it, several times through (there’s still bits I’m struggling with). I would’ve paid for…

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