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Hold On: HodgePodge for Jan. 23 Picture of Tony Scida

Rubbing elbows Good news: the media elite put their pants on one leg at a time and eat lunch at their desks just like the rest of us. Bridge to nowhere Freakonomics Radio takes a look at the stock answer preamble “that’s a good question.” The alibi I’ve lost all...

State of the (Social Media) Union

If predictions about the most recent State of the Union (SOTU) address are correct, a little more than 30 million people watched the SOTU from the comfort of their home on their television sets. That’s a significant drop from an average of 42.3 million people watching the speech during the...

Wikinomics and the importance of sharing

One of the most influential books I’ve read in my career is Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything by Don Tapscott. You know those books where you can still remember just where you were, what you were doing and what you were feeling as you read them? Well, this one...

Never Say Never: HodgePodge for Jan. 16 Picture of Tony Scida

News you can use It’s impossible to keep up-to-date on all the news, so of course media and technology companies have been working for years on ways to make it easier to get caught up. In Fast Company, Harry McCracken takes a look at one such app, called Timeline. Disappearing...

The 2015 marketing Crystal Ball: What others think Picture of Jon Newman

Sonali and I got together last week to plan our upcoming Hodges Starters presentation for next Wednesday (shameless plug: you can register here). While we have things pretty nailed down I have to admit it was harder than usual to gain consensus around what 2015 will bring in the PR/marketing/social/digital...

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