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Getting the party started

One of the challenges of being an active participant in the blogosphere is figuring out how to get conversations started. Because it’s all well and good for us to give the inside look at a higher-ed PR department, but not much point if we’re the only ones looking. The best way I see to get more »

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Finding our voice

Now that Mike is our manager of new media and officially championing blogging and podcasting at University News, I have someone to talk to about the blog and the visions I’ve had for it. Someone who has no choice but to listen to my ideas. Heh heh. One of the things that’s been on my more »

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Talk to us, get a free lunch?

We’re dedicated to building readership of the Tiger Beat blog. So dedicated that we take our commentors out for lunch on campus. ;) In the spirit of bloggers being transparent about themselves, lets reveal what happens when someone takes the time to respond to our posts with thoughtful comments. Justin joined our blogging conversation a more »

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Are we watching you?

I’m a regular reader of Al’s Morning Meeting on Poynter.org. I confess, I regularly skim the headlines to see if something pops out at me rather than read the entire thing. Something popped out this morning, though. (It’s the item at the end.) Is This What You Want Your College (Or Future Employer) to Know more »

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Blog housekeeping

If you don’t care about behind-scenes-blogging stuff, skip this and read about Paul running across campus with a trophy in hand (or something like that) two posts down. I, however, am a technophiliac who loves understanding how and why things work. Especially when they stop working. Which happens ocassionally after I fiddle with them. That more »

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Connecting all over the place

Take a look at the folks with the PDA cell phone / pocket PC/ laptop computer in your next seminar / class / meeting. What do you think they’re doing on those backlit screens? Are they searching the web for info pertaining to the subject at hand? Are they bringing up the agenda that was more »

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