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The Gong BlogTitle Goes Here: HodgePodge for Oct. 17
Pencil stuff You’re so right, The Atlantic, erasers do suck at erasing. (They also tell you why.) Dept. of crisis management In 1989, a 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Bay area just as the A’s and Giants were set to play game 3 of the World Series. Fox Sports has...Media relations is dead, long live media relations
Media relations is a core assignment and talent for most public relations pros. It’s what I cut my teeth at when I switched over from journalism 20+ years ago. It’s a lot of what we built The Hodges Partnership on when we started the firm 12 years ago. But the...Ten Ten: HodgePodge for Oct. 10
Women etc. Technology jobs weren’t always a male-dominated as it is at today’s major tech firms. From NPR, “The Forgotten Female Programmers who Created Modern Tech.” Pooch news Dog years aren’t really a thing, at least not in the 7:1 ratio you’re used to hearing about. Ello again If you’re...Using LinkedIn company pages like a pro
I recently taught a class on LinkedIn at the University of Richmond. The two-hour class was offered through the University of Richmond’s Institute on Philanthropy (IOP). Kathy Laing manages this program and we’d met through a local Gettysburg College booster (Kathy is a Gettysburg alum). I wanted to write about...Shake it Off: HodgePodge for Oct. 3
The weird running is the best part The Library of Congress turned up some well-preserved old newsreel footage of the 1924 World Series. The footage, which shows the Senators beating the Giants and the fans storming the field, is way more exciting than TBS’s post-season baseball coverage. Not the kind...