Posted by Terry on May 12th, 2010
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0:21 Martin opens the show.
0:35 Joe mentions he’s heading to Stratford, Ontario for the University of Waterloo’s Canada 3.0 festival.
3:13 Martin brings up listener comments from last week’s show.
3:47 Al Croft commented on an article he wrote about a British agency that did away with billable hours all together and was still quite successful.
4:29 Daniel Davidson, asks whether there is a conflict in how the media might perceive a PR person pitching from two unrelated areas of public relations.
8:32 Joe introduces this week’s topic: how we’re approaching privacy on the internet.
18:45 Gini recommends that everyone Google themselves at least once a week to see what’s out there.
18:59 Joe kicks off the -30- segment.
23:40 Martin wraps up the show.
This week’s episode was produced by Yasmine Kashefi.