Rep. Anthony Weiner’s fatally flawed Tweets to his lady friend[s] have fueled comic relief for a few weeks now while ending his career as a congressman, but how he actually sent a message meant for private viewing over the world’s biggest instant-publishing medium has likely left more people puzzled than amused. That’s because only 13%
Reviews have been mostly good for the Museum of Me, Intel’s viral application that lets you and me and everyone we know create a film archive of information we’ve uploaded to Facebook. Me? I love it. Why? It’s a great example of good advertising enabled by the interactivity of social media — it engages. The Museum
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Edward L. Bernays is said to be “The Father of Spin,” the creator of modern public relations. For his contributions, Bernays is both vilified and honored. He was a masterful manipulator of public image and wrote extensively about his ideas. During his long career, [Bernays lived to be 103] he profoundly affected the minutia of
Beverly Robertson is the national director of the Pregnancy & Newborn Health Education Center at the March of Dimes, where she runs large educational campaigns. Her team answers questions from the public about preconception, pregnancy, preterm birth, and baby care; and they also offer daily pregnancy and baby tips trough Twitter. She twitters at @marchofdimes and