Social Media Doesn’t Fit Every Business Model

July 27, 2010

Social media is a lot like leggings; they naturally look great on some people, others need to work hard to pull off the trend, and yet another group should steer clear at all costs. A quick Google search for social media and business returns 257,000,000 results, most titles declare social media and business to be […]

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Editorial Pet Peeves

redundant-acronymia

July 26, 2010

In honor of the Bureau Chiefs (those witty folks behind @FakeAPstylebook) putting some new swag up on Zazzle, I’m sharing some writing mistakes that make my red ink boil. As a primer, an acronym, according to the journalist’s bible, is “a word formed from the first letter or letters of a series of words.” A […]

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The Best Birthday Present an Editor Could Ask For

July 19, 2010

The 2010 journalist’s bible came out a few months ago and I’ve been waiting patiently to get my hands on it. For those not in the know, this latest edition includes some earth shattering changes that sent the editors attending the 2010 ACES conference into a twitter tizzy.  Needless to say, I’ll be spending the […]

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A Proud Doggie Mommy

July 15, 2010

In addition to working full-time and “studenting” part-time, I’m also on the Board of Directors of The Barkyard, Buffalo’s only official off-leash area. As such, I must boast about our latest award bestowed upon us by Buffalo Spree Magazine. The Barkyard was named the “Best Place to Hang Out with Your Dog” as part of the magazine’s […]

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A Little Birdie Told Me…

July 15, 2010

I am, perhaps in part by virtue of being a journalist, not exactly on the bleeding edge of communications technology.  I’m not quite as lame as to have an @aol.com email address but I’m fairly resistant to marcom technology as a whole. Of all the tools and widgets available, I must confess to have resisted […]

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Journalism and the Internet

Did new media kill the beat reporter?

July 12, 2010
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In truth, the Internet didn’t kill journalism, big business killed journalism, the Internet simply helped speed the flow of the poison. Nieman Reports, a print and online repository for all things journalism, made the case that news conglomerates actually struck the first blow.  Mega media monsters swallowed up local newspapers and television stations then reduced […]

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Pimp My Blog

or "How My Blog Got So Pretty in Only 24 Hours"

July 12, 2010

HTML, CSS and mad blog design skills courtesy of PumiceT.com.

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Antkeg Remi!

July 8, 2010

Hello, world! The true purpose of this blog is for my Canisius College MBA e-marketingclass. But frankly, it’s about time I’ve carved out my own home on this wide open prairie.  Welcome, enjoy, and Antkeg Remi. Learn more about Antkeg Remi.

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