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Wattpad: Disrupting publishing, one download at a time

NOTE: My experience with and perceptions of Wattpad have done a 180 in the years since I wrote this blog post. I started using their app on my phone in […]

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Four Ways Social Media is Changing Our Relationships with Celebrities

Today on Twitter: Alyson celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary. Charisma was in a car accident (she’s okay). David sent kind thoughts to a friend who had lost his mother. If […]

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Why Theatre Promoters Should Tweet: Urban Arts Case Study, Part IV

Note: I was contacted by Adrian Chamberlain, the journalist I used as an example in the post because of his centrality to the Victoria theatre scene, after the initial posting. […]

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Theatre company websites as content gateways: Urban Arts Case Study, Part II

In the theatre as in any business, your website is more than the place where people come to see what you’re offering this season or check a show’s start time. […]

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Part II: Celebrity and public good, featuring Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and the Sanity/Fear Rally

This post seemed timely when I came up with it over a month ago. Life intervened in my blogging schedule, but I still feel the need to close the loop. […]

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