March 16, 2010

Not Reading The Paper

Yesterday I was with three very smart guys, whose bread-and-butter is to live in the hot-core center of their markets. I was a little skittish; I’d […]
March 12, 2010

Are you listening?

Through the fray of the recession, a new career has emerged: the social media guru. Social media gurus tell you what tools to buy, which tweeters […]
March 8, 2010

RSA Conference’s success highlights the magnitude of cyber threats and a fertile market

At the RSA conference San Francisco last week I kept hearing people talk about how crowded the show was – more so than in 2009. Byron Acohido […]
February 26, 2010

Valuable Freebees at RSA: Popcorn or PR?

The hottest security companies are heading West this weekend for the RSA Conference in San Fran.  This year, I’ll be joining them, in hopes of having some interesting conversations […]
February 22, 2010

Facebook Free For Forty Days!

  For Lent this year, I’m going Facebook free. Sigh. According to a study, 93% of people now spend more time on social networking sites than […]
February 17, 2010

What are you working for?

Have you ever sat at your desk procrastinating, pondering the point of all your hard work and long hours?  Some PR professionals (like me, I’ll admit) […]
February 8, 2010

If You Think You Can’t Control Online Conversations, Read This

Friday I got an invitation from Digg, the online community for finding and sharing content, to submit questions to the president and CEO of Toyota USA, […]
February 5, 2010

When the Supreme Court Changes the Rules of Grammar….

It’s been a sad week in the land of grammarians – what with the Supreme Court’s decision to grant corporations the right to free speech. Now that companies […]
January 27, 2010

Why I Pay Money to Leave My Business Once a Month

It’s so easy to get stuck in the muck. Email is too easy to blame; there’s so many sources of drama and distraction in running a […]