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What I’m Reading

Big list this week. Hey, lots of people have been writing interesting stuff! Marketing Profs picked up Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter’s survey on new leadership skills for the social media age (and wrote a really nice article about it). … Continue reading

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Teens and the Internet: Myth and Reality

Fascinating presentation from Pew that debunks some myths about what various age groups, particularly teenagers do and don’t do online and with various tech devices, including smart phones. Teens 2012: Truth, Trends, and Myths About Teen Online Behavior from Pew … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

The Snowmageddon/Snowpocalypse/snowMG/Snowdiculous/I snowrredner edition: Shelly Alcorn on the recent SCOTUS decision on campaign financing. Not sure why it matters? Let Shelly school you. Web sites? We don’t need no stinking web sites! 5 Questions with Seth Godin on the release … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Salon.com on how blogs “changed everything.” The main problems I see with Diller et. al.’s theory that talent is a limited resource are the roles of access and practice. You know that old saying it’s not what you know, it’s … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Pew’s Future of the Internet III (PDF) study, plus the online supplements. It’s long – the study alone is 138 pages – but it’s totally worth the investment of time. I quote from the Summary of Findings: Technology stakeholders and … Continue reading

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