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Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Oct. 28

by Editor| October 28, 2011

Is “respecting the Internet” as simple as “respecting people”? What is the future of alarm-clock technology? How do your posts ripple across the online world? And how cool does water – yes, water – look in super slow motion? Find out in this week’s “Tweets from Peeps” and let us know your thoughts. By @benphoster […]

The New Media Evolution: From Content to Consumer to Context

by Nicholas Scibetta| October 24, 2011

The shaping of today’s media landscape by social media first led to “content is king,” as everyone rushed to get information online, and then “consumer is king,” as everyday people gained a larger voice in mass media. And now the shaping has reached a new phase.  In a video interview I recently recorded for Ketchum’s online […]

Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Oct. 21

by Editor| October 21, 2011

How much has the number of Twitter users logging in each day changed since January? Will teens give up Facebook for Google+? And how game-changing is Instagram’s photo-enhancing app? Find out in this week’s “Tweets from Peeps” and let us know your thoughts.

What a Difference a Photo Can Make

by Ryan Shell| October 20, 2011

By now, it’s highly likely that you’ve experienced the vast changes that have taken place on Facebook.   From the ticker to the Timeline (user profile), the changes were elaborate and have (surprisingly) not been as heavily balked as previous occasions. One additional change, and this one is a biggie, has to do with photos.   […]

When Should Brands Stay Out of the Social Conversation?

by Alan Danzis| October 18, 2011

One of the panels that I moderated at our recent “Respect the Internet II” event was titled “Brands as Creators.” The panelists included Jeff Simmermon, Director of Digital Communication, Time Warner Cable, and Erik Martin, General Manager, Reddit. We discussed types of content brands are creating, how content is created and a ton of other great […]

New Organ-Sharing Guidelines May Prompt National Conversation

by Nancy Hicks| October 13, 2011

(This article was originally published on CNBC.com.) The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) recently released organ procurement guidelines for public comment that are sure to prompt ethical debate. In the first overhaul of the system in 25 years, UNOS announced younger, healthier people will be given priority preference for kidneys over older, sicker people.