The Ethics of PR, Freelancers and The Media

Ever read David Pogue? You know, the New York Times leading techno-geek. Yeah, the guy who reviews all the cool gadgets that you’d like to toy with if you like toys and are equally geeky, or[ … ]

Social Sites Surpass Email Usage

Social networking and blogging have become more popular than sending email, according to a new report from Nielsen. More than two-thirds (67%) of the global online population now goes online to visit[ … ]

Twitter Terrorists

Well, they just couldn’t leave well enough alone. This from Fox News: The U.S. Army is flagging the popular blogging service Twitter as a potential terrorist tool, the Agence France-Presse news[ … ]

SmartPhone Anxiety?

Seems Doc is intrigued by the latest Palm Treo SmartPhone announcement. That is until he discovered the new Treo 700 would only be offered on the Verizon and Sprint Networks. Back in the day Verizon[ … ]

Goodbye Bloglet. Hello Feedblitz.

For the few hundred or so subscribers to The Digital Tavern, you've probably noticed that notifications for new posts have been sporadic at best. This is because Monsur of Bloglet seems to have[ … ]

Nostalgia & PodCasting

I just got off the phone with my good friend Johnee Bee. I first met Johnee in 1987 just months after I opened the door of my advertising agency PRISCOMM. My then partner ironically sported the[ … ]

Checking In On The Blogosphere

While traveling by motorcycle for the last 7 months from Alaska to Bolivia, I spent much of my free “internet” time writing and posting stories from the road. But I'd tune in to the[ … ]

Scorsese and American Express

I read with interest that fabled director Martin Scorsese directed a new American Express television spot that features longtime Scorcese collaborator Robert DeNiro. Apparently, Scorsese, DeNiro and[ … ]