Posted by Yasmine on November 24th, 2010 1 Comment
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0:27 Martin opens the show.
2:01 Martin announces they’ll be discussing several news items this week.
2:20 Martin talks about some things he took away from the meshmarketing conference last week.
3:32 Joe tells us about the Web 2.0 Summit, where he heard that LinkedIn now has 85 million members and a new member is joining every second.
4:40 Joe comments on how fantastic Mary Meeker’s presentation was at the Web 2.0 Summit.
5:10 Joe talks about his guest-stint as a lecturer at Martin’s PR class at McMaster University.
13:20 Martin shares a few comments from Inside PR listeners. The first is from Amanda Jai Dynne about a previous episode on personal branding. Regular listener Petya Georgieva suggests a topic for an upcoming show, PR spam, and gives a shout out to Inside PR on her blog. This week’s final comment comes from Peter Gault, who responds to Inside PR 2.28.
15:12 Gini shares her take on the new Facebook mail.
17:40 Joe wonders if Facebook is trying too hard to become a Swiss army knife? Something that does everything doesn’t do any one thing particularly while.
20:10 Joe chats about the changes going on at Backtype.
21:17 Martin closes the show.
This week’s episode was produced by Yasmine Kashefi.