There’s a thread here, but I don’t want to be too obvious about it. You be the judge.
- I’m going to try and catch up on Breaking Bad
- Most TV networks don’t get social networks
- The Outbreak *is* interactive TV
- Don’t like the Horror of The Outbreak (it’s zombies), you can still find Old TeeVee on New TeeVee (the internet) without breaking the law
- How to Know if You Should Fire Your Social Media Consultant
- Broadcast Ratings Down
- Social media as customer service
- Local: ATL Social Media Calendar
I enjoy Brian Cranston, AMC has me hooked on Mad Men (we started late, but caught *that* marathon) and, despite the Twitter kerfuffle, I think their broadband offerings/extensions are cool.
Or they do grok it, just not *enough* or in the right way. Everyone is equally guilty, but folks are trying.
Minus the TV, of course. *This* is how the internet changes everything. Found via Twitter, of course.
Good advice for folks who peddle Social Media wares and those who would hire them.
Not all that shocking or earth-shattering considering the most recent strike (plus some of the factors above) but a good perspective on the shifting.
Church of the Customer is always good.
I’m remiss in my tweetup and APWBWGTTD attendance.
There you go.