Monday, January 02, 2006

The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #99: January 2, 2006

Content summary: Unveiling Intel’s new identity; Lincoln Group’s new pay for PR play in Iraq; trying out the Podlifter transcription service; MakeBot; intranet trends to watch in 2006; Lee Hopkins report; listeners’ comments discussion; the music.

Show notes for January 2, 2006

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Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 76-minute conversation recorded live from Concord, California, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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In this Edition:

Intro:

  • 00:29 Shel introduces the show, what the show’s about, where to send your comments

News Briefs:

From Our Correspondent Down Under:

  • 37:20 Lee Hopkins reports on being less self-obsessed and more a part of a village

Listeners’ Comments Discussion:

  • 48:02 David Phillips on PR measurement and CEO tagging
  • 54:45 Clarence Jones says podcasters need to pay more attention to ID3 tags
  • 58:53 Rob Cottingham on Canadian political gaffes online, and the TypePad outage
  • 63:54 Sam Vigil points us to some links on the Alaska Airlines blogging issue

Outro:

  • 67:43 Neville wraps the show; Thursday is show #100; how and where to send your comments; where to find the show notes
  • 71:06 What might happen in show #100 on Thursday January 5
  • 71:51 Outro podsafe music via PodcastNYC - Shop Vac by Jonathan Coulton

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So, until Thursday January 5…

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