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The Amazon Post or Why Print Was Already Dead

One of my PR colleagues had this reaction to Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, buying the Washington Post. “This really is the end of an era for print media as we know it.” My reaction? Where have you been? Print media, particularly print newspapers, official kicked the bucket in 2009 – after a long […]

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The Wrath of Social Media

It isn’t easy when your microphone isn’t as loud as Twitter. Just ask Rush Limbaugh this morning.  The pugnacious conservative radio entertainer waded into dangerous waters this week when he attacked a Georgetown University law student, Sandra Fluke, for being in favor of public financing of contraception for women. According to Politico: ‘Fluke is a […]

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