20 June 2012

What I'm Reading

  • Have too much to do? Answer: clarity.
  • Social media – less is more?
  • Deirdre Reid provides a great summary of the annual MGI membership survey report.
  • Simple, but not easy, ways to be a better leader.
  • A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a picture plus the right words is worth even more.
  • Branding success in three words.
  • Say it with me, kids: attention doesn't scale (someone please tell Mark Zuckerberg).
  • Facebook Page running out of steam? John Haydon can help you re-energize it (warning: the first thing he's going to tell you to do is FINALLY create that editorial calendar).
  • Information may WANT to be free, but IP messes are going to trip it up every time. (subscription required)
  • I'm currently reading Groove Interrupted, a book of essays by Keith Spera about the effects of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath on various New Orleans musical legends, which I picked up at Louisiana Music Factory on my recent trip.

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